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Intriguing and enlightening... Gained a new respect for Coach Pressler and the 3 accused players. Lost respect for Duke officials and staff.Published 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
This book will curl your hair. Gutless Duke administration, dirty cop, evil DA. Discussion of a real live lynch mob.Published 2 months ago by Larry D. Shuman
Powerful book on the cost often coming with the truth. There is a daily war of good against evil - if you are not fighting evil - by default you are on the dark side. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Victoria M. Wall
Well written and interesting. The big lesson that we should take from this book is that when it comes to these big criminal cases, we're really just taking the reporter's word for... Read morePublished 14 months ago by KRS
The title perfectly describes the nature of most school and university administrators and athletic directors. Read morePublished 14 months ago by EMC2
Anyone with a child in college should read this book, especially if he/she is in sports. Political correctness has become pathogenic in the world's best society. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Peter Taylor
I used to be a fan of Duke University and then I read "It's Not About the Truth.".
This was an emotional true story that was well told and included many memorable... Read more
Interesting, scarey book. I admire the parent's resolve and remain shocked by the faculty's prejudice. I don't know if I would send a child to Duke today.Published 18 months ago by Paul M. Langenus