Wow!! Just wow!! This should be required reading in every sociology and political science course!!
I'm amazed at the amount of information that was contained in this fast-read paperback. I have a new appreciation and knowledge of American history now and wish that all Americans would take a day to read this book.
This is also proof that we all need to keep searching for knowledge and that things are not always what they seem. We all have preconceived notions of people, places, and things that can change for the better.
I purchased this book for my husband because he is a big history buff. At first he did not want another book, but after he started reading it he could not put it down. I will read it next. It's always good to keep an open mind and closed mouth you will learn more that way.
This is a very informing read, I would recommend this to anyone who is a little foggy on their history and wonders why none of this was taught in their school's history classes.
"The most dangerous citizen is not armed, but uninformed"
It has often been said... "What you don't know won't hurt you." Not true. Ignorance is deadly.
On one hand, it is a literal testament of blood (wars, intifadas, ongoing terrorism), sweat (limited water supply; two thirds of the land was desert and barren hills) and tears (children murdered on school buses in the their beds at night). On the other hand... continue
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