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Post by mbrock32 »

upon my quick review of this book , it's interesting to see how the government/ economy has and hasn't changed over the years.. i would rate this book 4 out of 5

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Here I was thinking that USA had the most perfect economy and then this economy that sounds like it's from a third world country! My curiosity is peeked up.

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Post by Ginny0629 »

Great review!! I am definitely not a politics driven person, however after reading your review and amid this country’s crisis, I might have to partake in it! Thanks!

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Post by baha Ibrahim »

Great book that carefully walks through how the government has increased dramatically in size and control over the years. Very thoughtful approach to reviewing facts to help understand the scary trajectory of things in the United States if people don’t unite to take back control
thanka for your review

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Post by Frances019 »

I read the book and agree that the author sounds well informed but somewhat naive in getting all of the citizens to act together

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Post by AvidBibliophile »

I think many of us can widely agree that the current U.S. economy and government paint a less-than-surreal picture of the political pickle we all find ourselves in. While there are no simple solutions or ideal proposals accessible, a presentation of nuanced arguments amidst political rhetoric would at least propel a needed discussion forward. Thank you for such an insightful review! :eagle:

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Post by Suzer6440 xyz »

This is a great review! I haven’t read the book but it looks like I may be interested in it in the cure;)

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Post by Leandra81 »

A very well written review. Love the fact that is been rated so high. I am not very interested im politics. But it certainly looks like an interesting read for those who like that sort of thing.

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Post by AnnieAnabel »

great review but its more involved with politics.

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Post by aruntr2001 »

Greate review, though I am not a fan of books related to the politics but but being a B-School grad it really interests me. I'll definitely going to to give it a try!

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Post by apayne310 »

I love that the author includes reasonably understandable statistics to back his argument. I feel like scientific backing is usually really convoluted and requires you to analyze it on your own. Your review makes me want to dig in. Thanks for such a phenomenal review!

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Post by jollyangel81 »

As someone who has slight interest in politics, this book highlights the day to day lives of common citizen trying to rise above the politics of a country. It is a book to read and it is very interestingly

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Post by nayo_09 »

, it's interesting to see how the government/ economy has and hasn't changed over the years.. i would rate this book 4 out of 5

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Post by Francis okorie »

I will really love this book considering how you have been able to describe it. Nice.

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Post by Dlove101 »

Am not really a political person but its really nice and okay

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