Revisit a time when Americans felt sure of themselves and the future.Home to the
Wonder Bar, the Rialto Theater, and Lloyd's Confectionary, Casper was like many
small towns in the 1940s -- except it sat on mile-high Wyoming prairie
stretching on as far as the eye could see. In this place so full of the sense of
possibility, Lynne Cheney grew up listening to "Queen for a Day" on her family's
Zenith radio, playing Wonder Woman with her friends, and dreaming at night that
she could fly, soaring upward into the endless blue sky.
In this affectionate memoir, she describes a town where little girls wore