"Mark Twain's America is a salute from one American institution to another."—James H. Billington, Librarian on Congress
"Mark Twain's America reminds us why George Bernard Shaw called Twain 'America's Voltaire.' The man from Hannibal was a powerful voice for social change who wrote and spoke against the corruption he saw in our government, a champion of the values he learned as a child on the Missouri frontier."—Hal Holbrook, creator of Mark Twain Tonight!
"An extraordinarily good book...It's a must, and not just for Twainiacs."—Marsha Dubrow, Examiner.com