This is a valuable, entertaining book, and I recommend it highly.
Thirdly,the authors seemed to have an agenda to dispute statements attributed to liberal/socialist individuals by right wingers, but not the other way around.
Instead it was laid out like a reference book, with a list of misattributed quotes by their supposed authors.
It's a good book, exploring our tendency to mis-attribute quotes, sometimes innocently, sometimes intentionally advancing our favorite belief or quirk by attributing it to Twain or... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Frank Langben
I had read this book previously, and needed a newer copy. Very satisfied with the book, as well as the purchasing and shipping experience.Published 7 months ago by Robert Welling
I am always fascinated with quotes that are misused, or not even attributed to the person who said (or didn't say) it!
This is one of those. Read more
Not always smooth reading. And some of the quotes I'd classify as "so what". But I flip thru and find enough interesting "quotes" that I stick with it.Published 16 months ago by Mireille
It's amazing what is said compared to what we hear. And read. There are lots of quotes that you hear often included in this bookPublished 19 months ago by Gym Rat 71
this was a gift for my great grandson and he loved it. I enjoyed it too. Put a lot of quotes that "aren't" to rest!Published 20 months ago by Salty C Bug
I enjoyed this book, easy read, entertaining. I learned a great deal==will come in handy for the trivia games. Makes for a relaxing evening in, enjoying a book and curling up!!Published on June 29, 2012 by Jan326