Fantastic collection of Dr. King's sermons/speeches, with good introductions. The sound quality is surprisingly good. It makes you wonder where these kinds of leaders are today. We could sure use them.
It's in the top 10%
It seems hard to imagine that this book could be as good as it is, given it's subject matter. It's wonderfully written, suspenseful, and well edited. It doesn't waste a moment of your time.
No. Her gimmick to charge you almost double the cost of this book for an internet test that costs her nothing is disgraceful.
This is one of the most important and best-presented books I've ever listened to. It tells what parents, children and especially young women need to know to keep from becoming victims of violent crime. I've been in law enforcement for a long time, and much was eye-opening to me. The only drawback is that it is severely abridged, and there is no unabridged version.
There's more here than first meets the ear. There are lots of great historical examples from both history of warfare and business to illustrate the concepts.
You need to listen multiple times to get the full effect, and it's written and read so well, that repeating is not a chore. I'm buying the actual book as a reference.
The only "bad" thing about this book, is that the abridged version should have been at least twice as long.
This book has very valuable information about dealing with people--especially those that are attacking you. Sound quality isn't that great, but it's a lot better than a poor book with great sound quality.
What a fantastic book for lawyers and nonlawyers alike! This guy has forgotten more than we'll ever know about trying a case. Brilliantly written and read by the author himself. It doesn't get any better.
This is a great book, and well-read.
"Kansas" is well worth the money. Franks does a great job of explaining how the latest Republican Revolution came to be. He tells how it works. He doesn't, however, have a lot of ideas for how to counter it. For that I would suggest George Lakoff's "Don't think of an Elephant!" and "Moral Politics."
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