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Definitely deserving of the 5 star rating.
Absorbing his words, you feel as though you're benefiting from a conversation with an old friend who has a lot to say and expresses it much better than you ever will.
While a lot of blacks will view this book as racist, Mr. Stein's true accounts are a breath of fresh air.
This book spells out in sensible and clear terms the problems created by our culture of political correctness for all Americans. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wilbur L. Johnston
Anyone who considers themselves remotely intelligent has to read this book or please don't attempt to debate anyone who HAS read this book and understands its principles and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by musashi
NYTimes editorial mentioned the book as a must-read, but i found the writing style hard to follow. Might try it again sometime.Published 9 months ago by Maureen Watkins
Mychal Massie, my favorite conservative syndicated columnist, highly recommended this as the best book on the subject, so I read it immediately. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Annie
The people too whom I would recommend this book are president Obama and Eric Holder. T hey could change the whole tone of racial discussion instantly. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dennis C Wilson
Harry Stein raises some good points about the problem of political correctness in American society and underachievement among blacks. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Luan T.
Truth telling that no one wants to say out loud. I recommend this book highly. Every journalist should read itPublished 16 months ago by a jernig
The author is another Leftist who had to shave his beard, cut his hair and pay taxes; then suddenly realized his Leftist Bullsh@#, was in fact Bullsh@%! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Richard M. Aztlan