The Autobiography of Will Rogers Author:Will Rogers - edited by Donald Day "Will Rogers always said he never met a man he didn't like, and there have been few Americans as well loved as he. Part Cherokee Indian and real old-time cowboy, he drifted from rodeos into show business; first in small-time vaudeville, then to Broadway with the Ziedgield Follies, and on to stardom in Hollywood. — "He called his shots as he saw ... more »them, selcom lost a chance to poke fun at hypocricy, smugness and greed whenever they appeared.
"Some of his remarks are still applicable today and some are strangely prophetic. All have the sharp dry humor of the gum-chewing, lovable cowboy-philosopher he so genuinely was."« less