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A.King

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pleasant surprise

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Reviewed: 2021-03-22

As the title of the book states, it covers everything you wanted to know (or not) about science education in early roman empire. Richard convey's very well his text. I am not an expert in the subject but he cites numerous sources and puts them in context, oftem comparing to the teaching of other fields or other time periods.

A version of history you did not learn in school.

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Reviewed: 2019-09-13

Naration was on point with a good tone for what is a fairly. Gives better understanding of how Canadia's institutions lead to current aboriginal condition. Covers the various iterations of the Indian act on subjects like boarding schools, intoxicants, land and status.

In my opinion most canadians and Canada as a whole would benefit from listening/reading this.

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Truth Bomb

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Reviewed: 2019-02-03

I've learned so much about myself and my husband through this book. It should be a marriage prerequisite! I never realized that how I frame things can change so much.