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The Manipulated Man Paperback – January 16, 2009
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The above caveat is because by reading the Tomassi book first, this book that originally sounded like conjecture and intellectual arrogance might actually have a point. In particular, the end of this book sounded exactly like the environment I work in currently as of writing this review. Given that the author of this book is female and openly writing similar statements about women 35 years prior to the advent of Tomassi's work is amazing.
Now if reading another book beforehand is a bit too time consuming, then do take EVERYTHING in this book with a grain of salt. The conjecture about religion, specifically honing in on Christianity, takes away from the credibility of this book.
If you as a man have come to the conclusion that you are a simp then you need to read this book. If you are a young man that is only beginning to date you should also read this book and then read the black mafia series and see how it all connects.
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