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Good but not an easy read
on October 1, 2017
Unless you like reading dissertations, skip to chapter 1 and skip over the long MENSA segments throughout the book.
Aside from that, my eyes were opened. I felt stupid even, duped by the few. Just like in the Matrix, after you meet reality you have to chose the red or blue pill. Though the book was written by the 80s, his words still ring true IF you can see it. I can't even be mad. I didn't know. Now I do and will be even more intent on getting off the herd path to play the game of the GRUNCH.
So, if you are a millenial, this may not be a good book for you because you probably don't have the life experience to relate to much of what Bucky says. It is a good read if you can open your mind and see the world not from a point of relevance (what is popular for kids and 20 somethings) but from a point of where we are as a nation economically and how that impacts the average person, occupations, and personal wealth. I don't mean to offend, just trying to save some from a hard book to digest.