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  • This product had a total of 146 reviews as of our last analysis date on Jan 19 2020.


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Great things about the government under the command of the best president of my life

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Critical vision of the Presidency in an election year.

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I thought thee book was on point with the 44th President. I did vote for him twice. He had a tough job with the Republican hateful partied.

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    I thought thee book was on point with the 44th president.

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    He had a tough job with the republican hateful partied.

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    I must admit when i first started reading this book i didn’t think md would forthrightly report on the president and his laissez-faire attitude when confronting or handling african american policies and issues; boy, was i wrong.

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    What i especially appreciated (as i do with every book i’ve read by him) is his inductive reasoning where he brilliantly states and illuminates the many false equivalencies asserted by the potus such as between ‘black and white experiences and how the president mistakes racial effects for their causes’.

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    Also, in his ‘fear of alienating white people’ potus several times equates white and black anger (as if) while failing to mention white privilege.

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    As md reminds us: ‘not only did white privilege and government assistance enhance the standing of whites, but it also sharply contrasted to, and reinforced, black suffering’ (jim crow yesterday and today).

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    Md expounds on how black anger for potus is ‘… counterproductive when it extends to the present; white anger, by comparison, is explained only in contemporary terms and thus severed from its racist roots.

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