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The Dubious Book of Famous Deeds

Host Paul Bates dismantles the British Empire one deed at a time as he guides us through history, as told by a skewed and suspect book from 1889.
Aug 23 2021

Chapter 7. Thomas Edison, or: Innovation’s Greatest Monster

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The Dubious Book of Famous Deeds

Chapter 7. Thomas Edison, or: Innovation’s Greatest Monster

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From his early days rescuing children from railroad tracks to his tenure as the Wizard of Menlo Park, this contemporary account of Thomas Edison portrays the famed inventor as a brilliant wunderkind – but comedian Carson Pinch is here to tell you he was a cruel, manipulative fraud. Which is the truth? There can be no in-between!

 

 

 

 

 

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