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Very interesting book and well written.
The Forgotten Man is a great read for someone who wants to know what led to the Great Depression and what actions were taken to make the situation better.
Excellant read, this book brings the real History of the great Depression that is not taught in our schools.
Realistic evaluation of the New Deal economic policies, with many wonderful human touches.Published 24 days ago by Randall Hough
This book was a great follow-up to reading Ms. Shlaes biography of Calvin Coolidge. It provided an interesting counterpoint to the accepted version of events during the 1930's and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ralph K.
VERY good book! We all need it, for we are all the forgotten man, unless you are in the elite & power hungry class.Published 1 month ago by Weedgardener
A very detailed, and balanced, look at the Great Depression, starting with the collapse and leading up to the eve of WWII. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gibor
Shlaes destroys the myth that it was only FDR's interventions that brought us out of the Great Depression.Published 1 month ago by Barry K.
Sublime review of the great depression that many still do not understand- the combo of Hoover /FDR made things worse, delayed the recovery and has many parallels to Bush /Obama... Read morePublished 1 month ago by peter mckinney