Big Book Of American Trivia (Star- Spangled) by J Stephen Lang

Big Book Of American Trivia (Star- Spangled) by J Stephen Lang

Are you ready to impress your friends with your extensive knowledge of all things American? From geography to history, entertainment to culture, and even quirky miscellany, this book has got you covered. With over 3,000 questions, it’s guaranteed to provide countless hours of fun while you learn fascinating facts about our country.

Not only does The Big Book of American Trivia cover a wide range of topics, but it also includes facts and trivia about the American flag and “The Star-Spangled Banner.” So not only will you become an expert on American history and culture, but you’ll also have a deep understanding of the symbols and songs that represent our nation.

Whether you’re looking for a way to entertain guests at a party, have some family bonding time, or simply want to challenge yourself on vacation, this book is the perfect companion. Its pages are packed with hours of fun and knowledge, making it a must-have for any trivia lover or American enthusiast.

If I Did It: The Controversial Book by O.J. Simpson

Eleven years after being acquitted of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, O.J. Simpson wrote a book titled “I Did It.” This article explores the story behind the controversial book.

O.J. Simpson’s Acquittal and Financial Liability

Although O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of the criminal charges in 1995, he was later found financially liable for the deaths in a civil trial. As a result, he has always had outstanding debts to the victims’ families.

In 2006, in an attempt to generate income, Simpson decided to write a book, titled “If I Did It.” The premise of the book was quite intriguing – Simpson claimed he didn’t commit the murders, but if he did, he outlined how and why he would have done it.

The Public’s Revolt

Unsurprisingly, the public was revolted by the idea of O.J. Simpson profiting from a book about a crime he was acquitted of. Due to the public outcry, all four hundred thousand copies of the book were destroyed.

A Twist in Bankruptcy Court

However, a year later, in a bankruptcy court, it was ruled that O.J. Simpson still owed money to the Goldman family. The court decided to give the family the rights to the book as an asset to help satisfy the outstanding debt.

The Goldman family, who have always believed in Simpson’s guilt, published the book. The cover was deliberately designed to resemble the original title, “I Did It,” even though the actual title remained “If I Did It.”

In this way, the Goldman family made it clear that they were not accusing Simpson of the crime, but rather presenting a speculative scenario based on his own words.

Despite the public’s distress and the destruction of the initial copies, “If I Did It” eventually saw the light of day. The book became a controversial testament to the legal and financial aftermath of one of the most infamous murder trials in history.

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