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    Required reading

    Eye-opening. Well-researched, well-written, persuasive argument that the Drug War is a tool for oppressing the African-American community.
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    Broken

    This book illiterates, just how broken this world is, and how much better this world would be free of hate and crime. If we as humans would unite we as humans would be unstoppable. Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The hate against race, sex, religious beliefs, orientation. All of it has too stop, poverty has got to stop!
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