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"The Black Presidency"
Rated by Vanity Fair as one of our most lucid intellectuals writing on race and politics today, this book is a provocative and lively look into the meaning of America's first black presidency. Learn more
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Why call such a necessary book dangerous? Because it is. It subverts everything men are taught about their attributes, worth and roles in the modern world, and defies the modern world's expectation that men will simply shut up and submit to a mechanical, inhuman order antithetical to their own nature and history. If you want to become a better man, read this. If you want a better understanding of men, read this. And by every means make sure the next generation of men reads this.
It is essentially a long blog post, and the main premise argued that men should bond with other men. Well, in that I agree, but I disagree that men should do so because we are violent. You see, I don't come from a background of bachelors prowling for women and constantly fighting each other to be top dog. I come from a background that looks at a loving wife, healthy children, a productive job, and ethical values (religious or secular) as the stuff that builds civilization. Most of the gangs that the author seems to condone (he only ever offers a caveat of their destruction at the end of the book) out of their sheer manliness are gangs that literally destroy production and civilization. The way of the knight, the samurai, and the roman legion kept civilization from advancing with their constant warfare and complete disregard for other humans; it was really only until gunpowder that the lower classes were able to put up a resistance.Read more ›
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Great book! I'm enjoying every page. Not sure how I feel about groups being referred to as "gangs" but i'm not holding anyone over the coals for it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I agreed with many of Donovan's early examinations of masculinity and how it relates to male interaction. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Gabe_Real
This book will change your life. Period. You are weak. This book will make you strong.Published 22 days ago by joshua
A waste of time, although not that much time. It's such a light read it didn't take long to get through. So full of holes and contradictions it's not worth your time. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Old Man Dowler
Oh shet there I was,
I scrolled past this book many times before finally purchasing it after hearing another man I reapect say that it changed his life. Read more
Read this book in one sitting.
Donovan has a very "dark and egotistical" writing style (compared to all the current "being a man is like a box of... Read more