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"Required reading"--Business Week
Overall, the author presents some very interesting
analyses regarding the direction of the global
economies and the opportunities available to
seek and effectuate... Read more
This is a must read.
Follow his suggestions or the planet (us) may not last many more decades.
In my opinion, Mr. Friedman's book is the best wake-up call to the state of the environment I've read since Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Phil
Common sense and eye-opening truths will change your outlook on climate change, and the world. The book consumed me for a week!Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is a great book and has won 4 different awards. I personally got it for my English 104 class, but in the end, it still was a pretty good book to read on global... Read morePublished 8 months ago by The Shadow Warrior
Took a while for me to work my way through the book. Long read but interesting. Have read others books by the same author.Published 9 months ago by Dawn
This book is so bad, I think that there would be no way that I could ever read this author. He misses the mark on so many issue, I think he lives in his own world of fantasy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jerry Rubin
This book will teach everyone who reads the in's and out's of our economic from an environmental prospective. Excellent read for anyone interested in the housing crisis.Published 10 months ago by John
Thomas Friedman is both the most optimistic and the most pessimistic futurist I've encountered in a long time. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Shel Horowitz