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  • Wowser

    Just read this. Please. You will be glad you did. Agree or not, so many thoughtful observations to digest and think about

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  • The best book ever written, maybe?

    If you like Shrill you will LOVE this. Lindy West is hilarious, kind, and still manages to cut right to the quick politically. This is definitelly one of the funniest books ive evr read. I rarely write a review but i am movedto recccomend.

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  • Thought-provoking expose of systemic inequalities.

    Excellent book! Lindy West shares clear, thoughtful reasons why Americans must elect leaders who put the needs and dignity of all people (especially those who are marginalized) first. She helps the reader understand and recognize the stereotypes and systemic structures currently disseminated and dominated by wealthy white men bent on preserving their own wealth and privilege. These systemic structures repress and dehumanize so many people and place obstacles that prevent them from having what should be the basic rights of equal access to health care, decent housing, a good education, well-paying jobs and even control over their own bodies. This book is a call to action for the privileged who are often silent as these are not issues which directly impact their own lives.

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