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A Message from John Wayne to Bill O'Reilly

From Scott Eyman's John Wayne: The Life and Legend:

“If you had an opinion about something, he wanted you to state it,” said the character actor Ed Faulkner, who made six pictures with him. “He did not like yes-men. Even if he disagreed with you, he’d want to hear your argument. And he might say ‘I don’t agree with you,’ but he would always let you say your piece."

Cf. this. Or this. Or this. Or this. Or this

Bill O'Reilly


Posted at 02:21 PM on Thu. Jun 05, 2014 in category Books  
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