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How to Win a Fight with a Liberal

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How to Win a Fight With a Liberal is the ultimate survival guide to arguing politics needed to give their liberal friends, neighbors and countrymen the verbal smackdown of a lifetime.
Paperback, 173 pages
Published June 30th 2007 by Sourcebooks Hysteria (first published June 1st 2007)
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Avery Solsbak
Feb 26, 2016 Avery Solsbak rated it liked it
So I thought this book was interesting and weird at the same thing. However; I read this book for the wrong reasons to enjoy it. I read this book so I could could know the counter arguments to my arguments. Overall it was mainly rhetoric, so I didn't find it very interesting.
Marcel Lewicki
Jun 06, 2014 Marcel Lewicki rated it liked it
For the first chapters, I was actually fooled into believing this book was written by a hardcore conversative. However, it takes on both conversative and liberal prejudices and idiosyncracies and is at times actually funny.
Jake Kaufman
May 19, 2008 Jake Kaufman rated it it was amazing
Even though I lean to the left, I found this book really funny. There are some good arguing tips that are useful no matter what your political affiliation. But the best part is the humorous take on the differences between liberals and conservatives, and the entertaining ways it suggests for bridging the divide.
Mar 23, 2009 Patricia rated it really liked it
The ultimate "How-to" books on how to promote mature, intelligent debate between the extra chromosome slack-jawed troglodytes and the sanctimonious stem-cell-sucking surrender monkeys.
Ron Fleener
I did not read this yet, just messed up clicking... sorry! :^(
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Mar 17, 2009 Dylan J. rated it it was ok
Pretty funny.
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Daniel Kurtzman chronicles the absurdities of politics as editor of, the popular website that is part of The New York Times Company's network. A former Washington correspondent-turned-political satirist, his work has appeared in The New York Times, Huffington Post, and San Francisco Chronicle, among other publications. An equal opportunity offender, Kurtzman is a ...more
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