Probably not because the central theme of Don't Trust Anything the media tells you is clear enough the first time.
Confessions of an Ecomonic Hitman
He is telling his story with all the emotional inflections added to his words that would never transfer via print.
I was saddened to have many suspicions validated.
A worth while read...perhaps a little over the top here and there but if it peaks your skepticism and makes you question the media it has served its purpose.
Not read print version so no basis for comparison.
Efficient and comprehensive coverage of a vast topic.
No I have not.
It's all in here!
Never knowing of its existence.
I hope there are no other books in this genre.
All of them.
The download made my i-Pod throw up.
That would not be possible.
There are no other books in this genre.
There is more original thinking on each page of this book than can be found in most libraries.
Quantifiable reasons for hope for the future.
Techinal research supporting the thesis.
Done so well I never noticed it.
Rational optimism for a world drowing in despaire.
Good read for those tired of hearing from those who make a living predicting 19 of the next three disasters.
Not a chance.
He tried to be intellectually honest...but failed.
Page 1 to the end.
This was a painful waste of time.
Liberty is an intellectual concept that takes effort to fully appreciate, but Brooks makes the moral case for freedom easy to understand.
While obviously baselined on F.A. Hayek's brilliant "Road to Serfdom", Brooks masterfully replaces academic arguments with moral justifications for free markets and free people.
Capitalism is obvioulsy morally superior to socialism.
This is a superb piece of work.
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