Officially finished The Politics of Genocide by Edward S. Herman and David Peterson, a book I will be writing about (hopefully extensively) on my wordpress, lackingmaterial.wordpress.com.
It was an amazing book, and I highly recommend it, A++. The link to buy it is here.
But to keep up on my reading list, I’m moving on to Beyond Democracy: Why democracy does not lead to solidarity, prosperity and liberty but to social conflict, runaway spending and a tyrannical government by Frank Karsten and Karel Beckman.
Don’t let the ridiculously long title fool you, it’s a fairly short book(101 pages exactly, including the index and all), and in all honesty, it looks to be aimed at a more inexperience/novice audience. However, I’ll leave that judgement to my actual post on wordpress when I’m done.

Officially finished The Politics of Genocide by Edward S. Herman and David Peterson, a book I will be writing about (hopefully extensively) on my wordpress, lackingmaterial.wordpress.com.

It was an amazing book, and I highly recommend it, A++. The link to buy it is here.

But to keep up on my reading list, I’m moving on to Beyond Democracy: Why democracy does not lead to solidarity, prosperity and liberty but to social conflict, runaway spending and a tyrannical government by Frank Karsten and Karel Beckman.

Don’t let the ridiculously long title fool you, it’s a fairly short book(101 pages exactly, including the index and all), and in all honesty, it looks to be aimed at a more inexperience/novice audience. However, I’ll leave that judgement to my actual post on wordpress when I’m done.