John Francis Klingelhofer

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great book

5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 08-04-19

all the information I could ask for on philosophy. it's like a street. ap for further study.

key life lessons

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Reviewed: 07-11-19

wish I read this book 20 years ago. it's that important.
should be at the top of everyone's reading list.

Very inspiring book

5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 04-13-19

Ben Shapiro writes to educate and to seek education. his writing helps to understand complex metaphors, subtle differences in politics that have large impacts.

definitely recommend to anyone wanting to begin their Political understanding, why one way could be better than another.

there is much more to understand. This is your launch pad.

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Loved the story

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Reviewed: 03-12-19

Before this book, I listened to books on WW2, and Korea.
this book gave me the feeling that the parts regarding the Japanese Russo war negotiations, and reflections were after the fact.
President Theodore Roosevelt had a very keen insight on world leaders and how to handle them.
his diverse childhood and adulthood experiences carried him far, while he was the leader of this great country.
Too bad that he couldn't be used as a blueprint for future POTUS'S.