I finished reading:
This book is more political and sociological than it is financial.
Be ready for the financial side of the pro-choice/ pro-life debate. It isn’t about morals, religion, or emotion– it’s numbers and data (though the other points are brought up). It will make you wonder if abortion is a costly and violent crime, a crime prevention method, or both.
The book proves the value of hiring more police.
“White” and “Black” races are discussed heavily, there’s some mention of Hispanics, and even a sprinkling of Asians. (If any Native American tribes were brought up, I must have missed it.)
It’s an intelligently written, mostly liberal, book on economics on a large scale (it’s not really about your personal financial statement).
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A glimpse of my Kindle library (only a fraction of it, mind you) :
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