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Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto
Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto
by Mark R. Levin
Edition: Hardcover
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15 of 41 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars modern conservatives: racism, ignorance, refusal to see other sides of the story, June 20 2009
First off, just reading this man's writing should be proof enough of his lack of intelligence. I can't imagine how bad the grammar and syntax was before the publishers edited it. On top of this I found his views on healthcare and immigration pretty racist and uncaring for those who cannot afford expensive private health insurance. Indeed the state this man wishes to live in would pretty much resemble a third world country in terms of the class distinctions it would create, dissolution of middle class, and lack of regulation on any sort of big business in terms of environmental damage or workers conditions.

USA - Most conservative - Highest crime rate, highest poverty rate, highest rate of illiteracy, highest rate of infant mortality in hospitals in the modern world, highest rate of drugs and hate crimes.

Canada - Less conservative more liberal - Significantly lower crime, poverty rates, almost no illiteracy, better healthcare for the average person and a rich and poor man get the same health care for his family, and much lower rates of drugs and hate crimes.

Europe - Most liberal - Way less crime, way less poverty, best healthcare on the planet, and very few drug and hate related crimes (with exception to French police and italians tretment of immigrants)

Is this not physical evidence broadly speaking of the failure of conservative politics?

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