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Last Edited by jakesyma August 7, 2020 at 10:16 PM
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As others have said, other books in the series are also on sale for $1.99, so here's the link for the entire series:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07X3NGPP8/

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Oh the irony...
Just like every presidency since the beginning of America, the Reagan administration was good in some areas and bad in others. You can't look at something as complex as running a country and slap a "good" or "bad" label on it
Be honest - do I need to worry about bias in this book? Or do we get good objective answers that give appropriate sides their time?

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Looks like the Psychology version is two bucks as well.
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Looks like the Psychology version is two bucks as well.
As is the History version.
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As is the History version.
So is the Kama Sutra version.
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So is the Kama Sutra version.
And Religions, Movie, and Science

Thanks OP, picked up Politics, History, and Science
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So is the Kama Sutra version.
Link please
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Be honest - do I need to worry about bias in this book? Or do we get good objective answers that give appropriate sides their time?
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The books are very well explained for deep subjects. To answer your question plainly, no, there's not much bias.

Unfortunately there are some people out there who will refute facts based on their own bias. Think of those who get really mad when you point out how bad Reagan's administration was.
So wait, does this book then just make an argument for Reagan being bad and that's it, and you consider that unbiased??
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Be honest - do I need to worry about bias in this book? Or do we get good objective answers that give appropriate sides their time?
How do I tell a politician is lying?
His lips are moving...
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The books are very well explained for deep subjects. To answer your question plainly, no, there's not much bias.

Unfortunately there are some people out there who will refute facts based on their own bias. Think of those who get really mad when you point out how bad Reagan's administration was.
Just like every presidency since the beginning of America, the Reagan administration was good in some areas and bad in others. You can't look at something as complex as running a country and slap a "good" or "bad" label on it
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The books are very well explained for deep subjects. To answer your question plainly, no, there's not much bias.

Unfortunately there are some people out there who will refute facts based on their own bias. Think of those who get really mad when you point out how bad Reagan's administration was.
Oh the irony...
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So is the Kama Sutra version.
Now there's a big idea I can get behind
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