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Ian Buruma is a native Dutchman who teaches at Bard College. He wrote this book after the murder of Dutch film maker Theo Van Gogh by Islamic fundamentalists, and with the recent... Read morePublished 3 months ago by NRL
Very illuminating description of the reason societies don't integrate easily. Presents themes that help to describe tensions between conservatives in the US and Mexican immigrantsPublished 7 months ago by Doug Schmidt
It was hard to get into this book on the murder of a Dutch media figure. I wasn't familiar with the people and most of them were pretty unpleasant, but perhaps that was part of the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by IthacaNancy
It deserves a Five Star. My problem is that to be a five star, I have to Love the book. This is not a book to be loved. It is a book to be read and be disturbed by. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jim Altfeld
Ian Buruma is a cracker-jack journalist in many regards. He provides great back-story, he can make the complexities of a political position elegantly simple, and vice versa, and... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Daniel G. Schaeffer
LOVE IT THANKS! it is very helpful for my classes this semester and I will use it often thank youPublished 18 months ago by Candance