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Thomas Carl Hartmann is an American radio personality, author, former psychotherapist, businessman, and progressive political commentator.
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A Desperate Place for Dying
An Oregon Coast Mystery (Garrison Gage Series Book 2)
Scott William Carter - 2012-03-21
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A weary guardian. A killer on the loose. A cult on the rise. Follow the gripping story of Garrison Gage as he navigates a case involving an old flame, a controversial lecturer, and a brutal murder. Tough decisions are made, beliefs are tested, and nothing will be the same. The thrilling novel set on the Oregon Coast is a must-read for mystery and crime fans.
Thom Hartmann
@scott_w_carter I’m reading A Desperate Place For Dying now (my second of your books) and loving it! Wish I could write as well as you do; you’re like a synthesis of @LawrenceBlock, John D MacDonald and Robert Parker (only local!). Highly recommended fiction!      source
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How to make America Utopia
Take away the economy from those who rigged it
Egberto Willies - 2021-04-24
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This eye-opening book tackles important issues such as the economy, politics, healthcare, education, and social justice in America. It reveals how the current system is flawed and responsible for many of the problems that Americans face today. With plausible solutions presented, the ultimate goal is to create an American Utopia where all individuals have equal access to success and happiness. If you're ready to question the status quo and explore new ideas for a better future, this book is a must-read.
Thom Hartmann
Check out this book: "How to make America Utopia: Take away the economy from those who rigged it.” ⁦@EgbertoWillies⁩ has written a book really worth reading and sharing!      source
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On Tyranny
Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century
Timothy Snyder - 2017-03-28
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Discover how to survive and resist America's potential slide into authoritarianism. From a historian of fascism, Twenty Lessons draws from the darkest hours of the twentieth century to provide hope for the twenty-first. With invaluable ideas for preserving our freedoms, this guide to resistance is a call to arms for uncertain years to come.
Thom Hartmann
Brilliant thread/summary of his book, worth reading:      source