Ameritopia - Mark R. Levin

Ameritopia

By Mark R. Levin

  • Release Date: 2012-01-17
  • Genre: Politics & Current Events
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4 Score: 4 (From 630 Ratings)

Ameritopia Mark R. Levin Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Awesome!

    5
    By ken-diesel
    This is a fantastic book!
  • Beware of a author that hides his bad ideolgical ideas behind a Flag

    1
    By Common Sense American
    Anyone that trys to wrap their bad ideogical ideas behind a flag does not have the countries best interest at heart. Mark Levin is no different. His books reads of pure ideology and no sense of reality. All Partisan rage and no common sense. No surpise he wraps his nonsense around a flag that represents freedom. Otherwise his ideas be called out for what they are tyrannical. not a good read
  • Fantastic!!

    5
    By ADarkside
    Great book, would recommend it to all my fellow conservatives!
  • Amazing

    5
    By DunnsiTunes
    There's a reason why Mark Levin is referred to as "The Great One". Everyone should read this book.
  • Fantastic

    5
    By Robertsipodinc
    Another great one from the great one
  • Ameritopia

    5
    By dpark1000
    This is "Animal Farm" 2012! Animal Farm was required reading in the 50's. Ameritopia should be required now,
  • Perfect timing

    5
    By Dado leans right
    Mr. Levin puts his heart in this piece of literature that should be on every desk and dinner table. From a historical perspective, our country is in peril and Mark explains the basis for these times. Educate your kids and grand kids by sharing this piece of wisdom and knowledge.
  • Ameritopia

    2
    By A6Pilot
    Too many quotes for me. Seemed like most of the reading was a compilation of quotes, very little observations from the author. But, interesting overall.
  • A must-read

    5
    By pegword
    Levin has delivered an invaluable tool of information at a critical time in America's history. Whether or not we survive as founded depends largely on how many grasp the difference between the shining city in a hill we once were and the false utopia we are in grave danger of becoming.

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