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Book was readable but in rough shape. It had the previuos owners name and phone# written in large letters across the front and was dirtyPublished 2 days ago by George Tarafa
Dated but interesting history. My daughter disagrees as to her classification, by the way.Published 2 days ago by haoleArt (Keaau, HI USA)
Loved the theories presented in this book! The writing was terribly academic and dry, making it extremely difficult to read. Read morePublished 6 days ago by H. Head
It's on my must read and most recommended list. Stunning historical view and framework with which to think about current events.Published 20 days ago by Kevin Hoffberg
Great book. Thought provoking and insightful. h/t to @JohnMauldin for encouraging his readers to read this.Published 23 days ago by Ed Marsh
My husband loved this book so much, he brings it up in conversation every couple of weeks (he read it a good six months ago). I look forward to reading it myself.Published 27 days ago by Julia in Oakland
One of the most fascinating books I've ever read in my 70 years of life. Heavy on detail, incredibly on point, frightening to say the least. JFPublished 27 days ago by Jerry Dean Farley