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  • Tia Freelove

    Drift by Rachel Maddow. The #1 book on my summer reading list.

  • Barbara Anello

    Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power by Rachel Maddow is so worth reading and it's chock-full of stuff that's actually worth talking about. It's not trumped pundit propaganda about whatever legislator's supposed war on whatever American way of life. It's about actual war and its repercussions on actual American life. It's well-researched & well-presented. There are lots of paradigm shifting big ideas that are worthy of debate.

  • SupaDupaT

    Can't wait! #rachelmaddow

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