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Mohammed Nasser Nasser từ Audrain County

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Lần đầu tiên tôi đọc tiểu thuyết tick ..

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Ban đầu tôi nghĩ cuốn sách này sẽ giống như một cuốn sách James Patterson mà tôi đã đọc cách đây vài năm, nhưng thật sốc, câu chuyện có một khuynh hướng sức khỏe tâm thần làm tăng thêm sự phức tạp. Tôi rất thích cuốn sách, và muốn giới thiệu nó cho bất cứ ai thích những bí ẩn giết người.

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I agree with Emily's assessment below. Moody exposes and examines the erotic life of property better than any fiction writer. His other stuff is not nearly as good but this fucker is perfect.

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Though it focuses on the historic battle of black home buyers taking on systemic racism in real estate and lending in Chicago in the 1950s and 1960s, Satter's book has profound resonance today - especially as libertarian, right wing and Republican figures try to blame the sub-prime crisis on precisely the laws and policies that resulted from those struggles. The battles that took place in Lawndale and the South Side also engaged and/or spawned some of the most prominent figures and institutions to emerge in community organizing over the following decades, including the Industrial Areas Foundation, the Gamaliel Foundation and National People's Action. Satter draws out some of the key strategic and tactical decisions the organizers and their allies needed to make, again, with lessons that never lose their importance.