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    Insightful

    No matter your political leanings, a must read to understand past, present and future national and global interactions and problems and whar and why certain policies work.
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    The Audacity of Hope

    This book and Michelle Alexander's, The New Jim Crow, changed my world views. They both covered challenging topics many wouldn't dare have the AUDACITY to speak on seeking to avoid being the elephant in the room. The history. The philosophy. The politics. The advice for and support of seeking and building two-parents households. All are ubiquitous and necessary tools to get a glimpse into the life of an over-achiever, the foundations of his principles we, as men of African descent ought embody. Thank you Mr. President. This book will be spoken by me for decades to come.
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