A friend recommended this book. I would say it's R rated and just not my cup of tea.Published 3 months ago by Helene
Finally, someone who zooms out on the racial topic and sees all sides for what they are. He doesn't deny the black struggle at all, but simply doesn't deny or minimize the white... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Daniel
This is a very truthful look at how the politically correct in this country have managed to make white America the minority!!Published 11 months ago by 31jj
I read just about everything from Jim Goad and like it all, including this book. However, I think it could have been in a short format. Read morePublished 11 months ago by P. Williams
I had friends that kept insisting I read this book. It really opened my eyes as to the history of the average redneck or in other words my family history. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Diane Ryder
This is a great book, once you get past the verbose style and filthy language.
It's great because it's TRUE. Read more
Very satisfied except there are many many sloppy marking in the book. Fortunately, it was in pencil and I was able to erase the marks.Published 15 months ago by Jessica Diaz
More of a self cathartic rant often ,than a cogent or serious writing on the topic but still it is probably not just an isolated opinion that might appeal to some . Read morePublished 16 months ago by marta
Reading this book gave me a strange new respect for Jim Goad.
The Redneck Manifesto is yet another required book, because it's a funny work that pioneered many of the... Read more