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Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone
“Bernie Sanders is such a rarity, and people should appreciate what he’s doing not just for his home state of Vermont, but for the reputation of all politicians in general.”
Anyone interested in learning about what is REALLY going on, NEEDS to read this.
This book consists of the written text of the famous "filibuster" speech that Senator Bernie Sanders gave in the United States Senate on December 10, 2010.
Hopefully more people will wake up and realize that we must become active and say enough.
Thank you Bernie Sanders...an important read from a wise man with years of experience speaking out.... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan
It is repetitious, but he admits this in the forward - it was a filibuster after all. But what he says should be heard by all Americans.Published 2 months ago by slow reader
Vermont Senator Bernard Sanders may not be everyone's cup of tea; but then not everyone likes hearing the inconvenient truth. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Chambers
A must read for the American voter but don't just read it check his facts for yourself. We can get our country back from the royalist elite if we do our due diligence. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bernie repeats himself but clearly defines he problems and gives a solution to many of our problems.
I support Bernie as he supports the people.
I'm sad that the people who need to read this, probably never will. But, I still hope, and thank Bernie Sanders.Published 9 months ago by Lucy Blue
Very booring but gives a good idea of how the filibuster wastes time. I don't reccomend it. Don't waste your money or timePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
All patriotic Americans should be exposed to this, regardless of political persuasion. Too often we dismiss someone's ideas by putting the negative label "socialist" on... Read morePublished 12 months ago by William
It was a ten hour speech that explored the economic policies enacted over the past 40+ years which benefited one population at the expense of others.Published 12 months ago by Adrian A. Devore