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Letters to a Young Progressive

How to Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Don't Understand
Narrated by: Fred Kennedy
Length: 4 hrs and 28 mins
Categories: Nonfiction, Politics
4.5 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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Presented as a series of letters between Adams and his former student, Zach, Letters to a Young Progressive reveals how the "education" of college kids across the country is producing a generation of unhappy, unimaginative, and unproductive adults. The perfect book to help parents prevent - or undo - the ubiquitous liberal brainwashing of their children before it is too late.

©2013 Mike S. Adams (P)2014 Regnery Publishing

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Misleading.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

The performance was admittedly fantastic, but unfortunately that couldn't save the content from becoming about the author's personal faith two thirds of the way through.

Has Letters to a Young Progressive turned you off from other books in this genre?

Not unless they also attempt to convert the reader to Christianity completely out of the blue.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Letters to a Young Progressive?

The entire last third of the book.

Any additional comments?

I was expecting an analysis of the problems with progressive and Leftists politics, with evidence. It started off that way, but started to rely more and more on unsubstantiated assumptions, and eventually become entirely about Christianity. Also, the author is indeed a homophobe, regardless of his semantic-based protestations to the contrary.Very disappointing.

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Great Book

Loved this book! It really helps you understand the secular world view and how it has effected people today.

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Great Book!

The best book on the political left that I have read. I highly recommend it!

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great book !

excellent book. presents common sense arguments for the moral issues of our day, from a biblical perspective.

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Eye opening

If you or someone you know is about to attend college. This is a book that is definitely worth reading / listening to!

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