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Arkansas Tech University - Department Head, History and Political

Author's Response to Walbert on Aibel et al, 'A Country Auction (DVD)'

First of all I wish to thank David Walbert for his review of “A Country Auction Film Project.”   I am delighted he found A Country Auction:The Paul V. Leitzel Estate Sale – a film made over thirty years ago, to his liking.  He was not so appreciative of our more recent film, Reflexive Musings: A Country Auction Film Project – a film released in 2011 (RM from now on). In fact, he had a hard time understanding why we even made this film.  It was too long and boring.