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There are facts and useful information strewn throughout the book that I find valuable as well.
Regardless of your political leanings, I hope many will read Do Not Ask What Good We Do during, before and beyond election day.
My only criticism of the book is that it seems somewhat superficial and focuses too much on the quirks of a few extremists.
Everyone should read this to understand what happened in 2010 and the newly elected Tea Party clown car.Published 2 days ago by Michael M.
Maybe. Republican leaders deciding on the very day of his inauguration to do everything possible to make this Democratic President look like a failure, despite the damage to the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Simon Willams
When you select the Kindle edition it changes the title of the book to "When the Tea Party came to town". Are there two different books?Published 5 months ago by Seattle Reader
Most boring book I've ever read. I kept thinking there would be something worth while in it, but it never happened.Published 10 months ago by D P Werner
I enjoyed the book, but would have preferred some suggestions from the author as to how to improve the performance of the People's House and the supervisory Senate. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Terry Jennrich
why our congress is in such trouble, and the people don't matter. this exposes the fallacy of our 2 party system and why it is not working for the people. Read morePublished 12 months ago by mark h. johnson
Very well written and thought provoking. Takes a lot of patience not to fly into a rage. Hard to put down. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Woseiay
I bought this book for a graduate course I was enrolled in. It's good, but I wouldn't read it on my own.Published 17 months ago by Kevin Palmer