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Hell in a Handbasket Paperback – March 23, 2006
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Irony, sarcasm, satire - it's all here. I can think of so many people who ought to read this book.
Great Book - But So Sadly TRUE!!!!
You won't see his work in your local paper, however. It's far too biting for the mainstream McMedia. Therefore Tomorrow has always been relegated to the alternative press, and while there's nothing wrong with that, it's preaching to the choir most of the time.
Buy this book and put it where people will see it, especially people who think the current administration is doing a "kind of OK job." It will stimulate discussion and it will give you some laughs, which is definitely a good deal for the money.
Looking back over the events depicted in this book, it is also interesting to see how many of his "predictions" have come true.
If you have never heard of Tom Tomorrow, then you owe it to yourself to buy this book!
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essential reading for the open thinker.
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