America: The Farewell Tour
ISBN: 1501152688
EAN13: 9781501152689
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 27, 2019
Pages: 400
Dimensions: 0.984252" H x 8.307087" L x 5.511811" W
Weight: 0.6988654 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Good writing, but terrible book
The writer is a gifted novelist. While he may be a good writer, in this book he misses the mark terribly. This book was nothing more than a liberal screed with no consistency, O'Neill said. In one chapter he decries big government and unsustainable debt, then immediately in the next he demands increased government. The latter includes spending in the form of universal healthcare and government-funded college tuition. He complains about conservatives and those with strong religious values, and then blames the crisis on lack of societal morality and the collapse of families.
 
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   Well worth reading - an important perspective
The author is not only honest and intelligent, but also works well with children. Even with the most detailed and accurate depictions of reality, it can seem harsh. Messenger who has brought us bad news. He added: "We need to know the truth. Just about everything about this book is perfect: Read, listen, learn. Engage in positive actions to improve the situation, he said. We're thrilled to be back home, said Dr. Chris. Harrison, director of NASA's Ames Research Center in California.
 
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   5 stars
Simply put, why do you have to write a review? Mr. Kennedy can't say I like what he has to say, but I can say I think he's right.
 
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   Like an Old Testamend profit calls out the sins of our society. He calls for justice. He warns
He added that if we don't mend our ways, we will find ourselves at the mercy of the Devil again.
 
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   I’d give a million stars if possible
I'm so glad we found him, Sapp said. In his “truth is not truth” obituary, Hedges writes the sad and shocking obituary for American Democracy. All empires come and go but I never thought I'd be a witness to one. Something sick and traitorous has infected the soul of America and I fear it's going to be some demented combination of the worst elements in 1984 and Brave World, Michael Schweer writes.
 
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