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This is a well written and engaging book about a part of history I knew next to nothing about. I found the links to modern African politics and the author's conclusions very... Read morePublished 2 days ago by A. Frazer
Anyone interested in the history of Africa, colonial exploitation, or unrestricted capitalism should read this book. Well written & researched, it is a landmark work.Published 10 days ago by K317X
This book has been downplayed because the wealtly do not want the common folks(me) to read it. The first pages tell full story, just that the reader is searchig for African... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Kathy J
Fascinating snapshot into a not too long ago but different past. Sets very useful context for understanding race in America in 21st century.Published 19 days ago by Chicago Reader
My college friend picked King Leopold's Ghost as our book club read and I was excited. It's been a long while since I've read a history or a biography and I do enjoy both. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Utah Mom
A must read! Hochschild paints a vivid well-written narrative of the terror that plagued the Congo during King Leopold's reign.Published 1 month ago by student09