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Well researched. Well presented. Depressing. It made me want to give up on political activism, voting, or even watching the news. I'm thinking ... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ComQuest
I just stumbled upon Morris Berman, and this is the first of his works I read. I am not sure what I was expecting -- I suspect something middle-brow and polemical, a tract that... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Norman A. Pattis
I saw the author on TV and he was talking about this book. After listening to him I had to read it. Read it but be ready to get dismayed (if you aren't already) with our lying... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ray Noden
Even before I finished reading this work by Prof. Berman, I went and deleted all his other books from my wish list here at Amazon.com. Read morePublished 5 months ago by R. Alexander
I REALLY LIKED THE INFORMATION IN THIS BOOK. IT WAS A LITTLE HARD TO READ AT FIRST BUT IT HAS GREAT INFORMATION FOR ANY HISTORY MAJOR.Published 12 months ago by Gwen Madison
This book, Has some truth,some insight,some projecting,some exaggeration.Book gets kind of tedious at times.
Author Admits His family sought refuge in the US. Read more
Nomi Prins, in her book review of "A Question of Values" introduced me to Prof. Berman's work, and led me to discover others' writings as well. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Fromm Hesse
I read Dark Ages America and had the sense that Morris Berman knows
and understands that America is headed for a Dark Age. Read more
While I might quibble with the notion that America is, or in its relatively short history ever has been, truly an empire in any classical sense, I find Berman's arguments fairly... Read morePublished on March 27, 2011 by edgarrains