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Lakoff is suppose to be a "scientist", but the only impression you'll get after reading this book is that he's nothing more than an apologist for the far-left Democratic... Read morePublished 10 months ago by john A. mcleod
Good insights from the left on how we think, how we communicate and how we frame our thoughts can have significant and far reaching impacts. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Edward J. Barton
One of the most important, illuminating books I've ever read. Lakoff provides both scientific and sociological insight into what makes us tick. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Candon
Needed this for a college course. It was an easy read and had some interesting points. Not your usual read when it comes to politics.Published 12 months ago by Chaise Rogers
Progressives will love it, conservatives will hate it,and a scientist will be left disappointed.
Instead of comparing political frames and examining how each side... Read more
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