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Myths, Lies & Downright Stupidity... by John Stossel is an enjoyable lightweight read.
His argument is that if women are paid less for equal work then companies would hire more women since they could pay them less.
The book is also well referenced for the more energetic readers to research the facts on their own.
I really liked the topics discussed. I like hearing things debunked that I've heard. It's good for general knowledge and thinking differently about things you've heard.Published 21 days ago by Nick Rainey
As with everything John Stossel does, he researches the truth! This book is easy reading, and is good. Might open up some of your friends' or relatives' eyes!Published 1 month ago by M. GLOVER
I like Stossel. He doesn't take any guff and he doesn't give a damn. He takes on many conventional wisdoms here and he does a fine job. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gene Rhea Tucker
I did not know I was a Libertarian until I read Stossel's book. His analysis of events and government actions is accurate and astute. Also filled with great humor. A must read.Published 2 months ago by M. L. E. Rock
As with most books, my husband does not agree with everything Stossel says or believes; however, he says this book is very good and an enjoyable read. He does recommend this book.Published 2 months ago by Mary H. Franklin
Very funny and enlightenment to read. Mr. Stossel is a very good story teller and writer. Good book to read and relax on a rainy day.Published 4 months ago by Ellis D. Rodriguez
Too many people believe what they have hear from the main stream media, ignorant politicians and the latest scuttlebutt on social media. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Auntie Deedee
Www.thenewertestament.net. The bible of unfree will. Free will is the myth of all myths. I'm tired of being the on,y one really paying attention. Anyone dare to argue?Published 7 months ago by Nick Vale
This was an easy and interesting summer read, a bit dated, but still fun. Stossel does a great job poking holes in ideas that have long been held sancrosant. You will learn alot. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Vance