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The Silencing: How the Left is Killing Free Speech

by Kirsten Powers

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I wish that I could afford to buy everyone a copy of this book. It is a sharp and penetrating analysis, with full documentation of a political movement in the USA that has been around from the beginning of the Republic. As a nation, we owe much to the liberals and liberalism even if we haven't always agreed with the direction this movement has taken. Powers has documented a sharp turn in the path liberalism is taking and presents the obvious question for the reader to ask: WHY? Thinking and persuasion are being replaced with nothing except blockheadedness. Contrary to the proud history of liberalism, this changed political philosophy has turned to close-mindedness and condemnation of those who are not eager lemmings. ( )
  DeaconBernie | Oct 28, 2015 |
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