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This book is based on a core - and fraudulent - assumption.
Huntington assumes that our "core values" are being eroded from without... Read more
Everything is fine, thanks for the delivery. The book is intact and in good shape. I hope I can read it soon :)Published 16 months ago by sinan
I like Huntington's work. He's not afraid to be truthful. If I wanted politically correct I'd read the NY Times[ which I don't].Published 17 months ago by Hank
I will write review about the seller. This book is not used, it is very new. As for the subject matter of the book, I think you like the content and the way the author introduces... Read morePublished 18 months ago by MASSOUD ARASHIDI
Professor Huntington is clear, learned...and correct. There will be some "on the left," who are in favor of unlimited immigration who may not like his evidence and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alex Andrea
The book is pretty repetitive on a subject and mostly can be considered as kind of wide stroke of paintbrush of the american history. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Igor Zaychik
Key elements of American culture include the English language, Christianity, English concepts of the rule of law, rights of individuals, the work ethic. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Loyd E. Eskildson