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incredible. I've loved all three of his books.

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Reviewed: 2019-08-16

such incredible insight into our past, our present and our future. what an amazing read

a capitalist manifesto

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Reviewed: 2019-08-12

if you want a dry retelling of the 20th century opposition to Marxist philosophy and a blunt and ignorance of the human condition this is your book. boring as all hell. Ayn Rand must've had her head so far up in the clouds to write such a pulp fiction.

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interestingly annecdotal

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Reviewed: 2018-08-02

yeah it's a fun book. nothing extraordinarily informative. it sits on the complete end of the spectrum in a demonstrative manner so Chinese parenting seems obsurdly efficient yet emotionally taxing. neat read though. SOURCE: Teacher

brilliant! just read for everyone

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Reviewed: 2018-07-17

Though it's an easy read, and one could say a children's book, it should be read by everyone. a beautiful story of a young girl coming to terms with her identity. topical, wholesome, and beautiful! I bet it'd be great for teachers too!

amazing. everyone needs to read this. go. and do.

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Reviewed: 2018-07-03

amazing. go and do. change the world. now is our ultimate chance. Naomi Klein offers a brilliant and topical insight in to our perpetually unequal world. we have the power, and Klein makes sure we know it.

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