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This book was boring as hell and didnt really help with my book report at all.... Guess I'll fail guysPublished 1 day ago by AMIE BARTON
The most definitive representation of how American life has been, is and should be...a seminal book...Published 1 month ago by Joseph E.
I love it. I learned not only about Economics but about History. I like to read form Paul Krugman.Published 3 months ago by Victor M. Valentin
I tried to be open and listen to this. I reached a point, I just couldn't go any further. Maybe it was the style. Maybe it was the vitriolic writing rather than impartiality? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Orchid
It is an extremely clarivident portrait of the american society.Published 4 months ago by Alvaro Pedro Café
Fantastic. Every child should study this in a history or civics class. So informative and well thought out. I chose the audio tapes over the book because it is a thick read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John B. Giletto
I grew up an odd child because of my obsession with politics. At the age of 6, I was watching the 1992 Presidential Debates between Clinton, Bush 41, and Perot. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rocam
The book is a bit dated now, 5/15, so there isn't much new to be learned in this book. I did enjoy reading his positions on our current political situation.Published 6 months ago by Older Point-of-view