Amy Chua has some interesting theories on why globalization doesn't work. It is well written, but she is
slightly biased for the Chinese and Jewish culture by birth and... Read more
Amy Chua tackles tough topics typically avoided at cocktail parties such as...
Why do American's love to mythologize the 'worldwide Jewish banking cartel'? Read more
Although critics of 'World On Fire' point out that there exist other reasons for inter-ethnic violence [other than rapid democratization in societies with market-dominant... Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. Wahl
Anyone and everyone who has enough money to buy this book should read it. This is because anyone who reads and orders books online is, whether they recognize it or not, an... Read morePublished 5 months ago by marieac
Amy gave a perspective on the different societies and what was needed to achieve democracy and a stronger economic system.Published 5 months ago by John R. Winberg
Amy is uncompromising in her explanations!
Great book that has facts many may not want to accept!
One of my best reads in a long time!
Despite wideing gap of riches in Indonesia between ethnic Chinese and the majority in the past 10 years since this book was published, social integration had improved remarkably. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Harlan Sutandi
This is a great book for research and fit perfectly while writing my dissertation. Found it first through my university library and consequently bought the book.Published 7 months ago by Daniel