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Tag Archives: Book review
Is “The Wealth of Nations” Really Worth Reading?
By: Adam Smith Published: 1776 Some of the classic books, including those on economics, are long. Very long. While many of us choose to pass on reading books that are in excess of a thousand pages, you have to … Continue reading
Review of “The Soul of Atlas”
By: Mark David Henderson Published: 2013 My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Objectivism of Ayn Rand and the Christianity of the Bible have both left their thumbprint on the United States. But their compatibility is often a matter of … Continue reading
Review of “Exporting Prosperity: Why the U.S. Economy May Never Recover”
Published: 2013 In “Exporting Prosperity: Why the U.S. May Never Recover”, James H. Boudreau shares his frustration about the state of the economy in the United States. He examines how our government operates, analyzes the operating practices of several large … Continue reading
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Review of “Ten Days Without: Daring Adventures in Discomfort That Will Change Your World and You”
Author: Daniel Ryan Day Published: 2013 My rating: 3 of 5 stars. Review by: Jason Isaacs In his book “Ten Days Without”, Daniel Ryan Day challenges his reader to go ten days without certain comforts in order to increase awareness … Continue reading
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