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I would like to other books like this one, books that has heart and the facts.
To reiterate the authors' primary point, middle class families are increasingly stretching to buy houses in neighborhoods with good schools.
I am very disappointed in this book and would not recommend adding it to anyone's reading list.
Brings up really good points, cites many studies. 3/5 stars because it could have easily been distilled into a long essay.Published 18 days ago by Mr. Oizo
Should be required reading to graduate from high school and/or get married.Published 1 month ago by Joseph Harris
helping the left destry family & country, read and see why..grat truths here...Published 1 month ago by Dr. Tony penachio-ICT
Incredibly helpful. A game changer for my marriage. I recommend this to any newlywed couple and would probably give this book as a wedding gift because it has been so insightful.Published 3 months ago by Edward
Fairly well written and makes a good case for the economic and financial problems associated with depending on two incomes. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ron Porter
This book says parents feel they "HAVE" to have an enormous SUV or minivan to drive their kids around safely and they HAVE to buy an enormous house in the suburbs so their kids can... Read morePublished 5 months ago by book junkie
Perhaps it was that it was written a while ago, but I do think it ignored the idea that someone that stays out of the workforce may have a difficult time keeping up with skill... Read morePublished 6 months ago by ml