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This book is very well researched and it makes history a bit more fun to read.
If you or anyone you know enjoys the humor and fun of The Daily Show or the Colbert Report, you (or they) are going to love this book.
Kevin Bleyer's book Me the People is a book that pretends to be one thing and turns out to be something better.
I wish we had this to read in my U.S. Government class in high school. Well written, moves at a good place and deals with the good, the bad and the ugly (yes, we put slavery in... Read morePublished 10 months ago by D. Purdom
We are so full of our own importance that we never step back to look at what we have done. Even the God of the Old Testament took the time during Creation to stop and review his... Read morePublished 13 months ago by William H. Jackson
Especially interesting to me I am a descendent of one of the characters. I learned that things really have not changed much..........just the names.Published 13 months ago by A PAGE
Just another reason why the Daily Show isn't news it's liberal propoganda. It's writer ignores reality and refuses to look at anything through liberal lenses only. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Patrick R Gentry
I wish all my history teachers were as funny as Kevin Bleyer. This book taught me more about the formation of the Constitution than all of my high school and college courses ever... Read morePublished 16 months ago by N. Bilmes
An enjoyable romp through the author's journey to investigate the process of writing the US Constitution, Bill of Rights and Amendments to the Constitution. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Richard Rockwell
this book has both humor and deep insight about how the Constitution was written and how it's interpreted. Read morePublished 23 months ago by tea lover
Reading Me the People is a lot like reading a transcript of a stand-up comic, which makes sense, considering author Kevin Bleyer's job as a TV writer for the Daily Show. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Suzanne Fisher
Kevin Bleyer in Me the People stimulates one to think about the document which many Americans cite in defense of their arguments but which few have actually read. Read morePublished on May 2, 2013 by Michael Graham