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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2007

    Good Citizenship....Made in China??

    At first glance this looked like an interesting, amusing book that presented American historical and cultural information. I could not resist a book on how to be a good citizen along with the American flag so proudly displayed on the front cover. Imagine the horror when I saw (on the inside front cover) the phrase 'Made/printed in China'! It was an easy decision not to buy this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2003

    Light Reading, Important Truths

    This self-evident little book is incredible. I've given away several copies over the years. If only everyone would read - and adhere to - the principles promoted herein, the world really could be a better place. Promotes common decency and courtesy. Not preachy, just peachy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2002

    Taken seriously

    I found this book to be a great guide to good decent living. If we all lived by this book and the Bible, the world would be a much better place to live.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2002

    Funny?

    While this book is portrayed as poking fun at the way America used to be, I find there to be many truths contained within these pages. I am 42 years old and can remember seeing many of the things contained within this book in various school and church publications of my youth. While some may think of this book as being 'funny' I can't help but wonder what America would be like today if these values were still being taught in our schools.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2001

    Funny and Worth your 12 bucks

    This is a very funny side splitting book. Why you ask? Because of the difference of life today and life in the 50's. 'A good citizen eats plenty of meat' see the difference? this is a very good book to buy!

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