The beauty of this book is that it took the theories of past economic theory and mainstream ecomnomic theories explaining the high points of these theories in a way a
layperson can can understand.
Easy to follow.
A must read to understand why our current economic situation is the way it is at this time.
An excellent book for all Tea Party followers, but I would also recommend this book to others since the author describes how a small group of people can organize a political movement. Whether the reader agrees with Mr. Kibbe's views, I am sure the reader has the same questions about the costs and sources of money to elect our "representatives".
Whether or not you are at some level of Libertarianism or a Constitutionalist, this book is a good read for political discussion. Right or Left leaning, the book Cowards does show a viewpoint that may help readers think where their own view point of governance stands based on Mr. Beck's take on governance. This book is well researched and includes other suggested readings.
Yes, one has to read it with an open mind
Conservative writer but gave the liberal perpective too
Yes women seem to influence Mr Obamas decision making. It also seems that there was
Islamic teachings in his childhood that was not mentioned in Mr. Obama's Political biogrphy. He became a christan as an adult. Not that that should matter but living in both worlds myself there is a particular mindset between the two faiths.
A good read, be opened minded
There are some subjects in this book which are a "wake up call."
Having read both what others consider conservative and liberal books, I think that these
gentlemen have stumbled on certain truths that all Americans should take a closer look as
gobalization becomes a greater part of our lives. As with any book, this book should be read in context and compared with the reader's experience with other books. Our founding fathers taught us to at least be open to other's ideas. This is a good read especially when
read before or after reading Thomas Sowell books. Another interesting comparision is Mark Steyn books
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