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Liar? Rapist? Murderer? The many faces of Bill Clinton

Advantages: Hitchens has never cared who he upsets and he goes for the jugular
Disadvantages: I can't claim to have understood everything but then I'm a Brit.

Getting Hitched The first book I read by Christopher Hitchens was 'The Missionary Position' in which he attacked Mother Theresa of Calcutta. I was impressed – I always thought there was something a bit odd about raising millions and preaching the glo ...

koshkha 27.01.2013 · Read full review
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Review of No One Left to Lie to: The Triangulations of William Jefferson Clinton - Christopher Hitchens

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America's Pinocchio

Advantages: Another compelling case from Hitchens
Disadvantages: Emotive, a smidgen over-inflated

Author: Christopher Hitchens Publisher: Verso Duration: 128 pages My disdain for over complex books regarding the ins and outs of events that brazenly contradicts, leaving a jumbled mess of broken concepts with ...

1st2thebar 17.04.2012 · Read full review
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Politics - Andrew Heywood Definitely Useful

Advantages: Clear, easy to read
Disadvantages: Maybe a bit expensive

I purchased this for university as this was the recommended textbook. It is an engaging text and very easy to read. There are boxes throughout the textbook which explain in detail the meaning of certain words, or the role of a particular type of politic ...

mypetsloveme 07.08.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Politics - Andrew Heywood

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