Ten Books that Screwed Up the World
So China has a 40 million male surplus, and 95% of men in prisons in this country were raised without fathers. Thanks to the social planners and the philosophers of previous generations, we're now inheriting the whirlwind.
For the frogs who want to know how they made it into this boiling pot of water, Benjamin Wiker has written a helpful little book: Ten Books that Screwed Up the World and Five that Didn't Help. Kevin Swanson reviews the book on this segment of Generations.
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