Divine Magnetic Lands (PDF)

  • Paperback
  • 544
  • Divine Magnetic Lands
  • Timothy O'Grady
  • English
  • 14 June 2019
  • 9780099469537

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Divine Magnetic Lands review ☆ 103 H of the world began to look at America in a new way wondering what had happened to it and where it was going Among them was Timothy O'Grady and he decided to go back and investigateHe went out onto the American road travelling over fifteen thousa A geat book Wonderful read I used to think of the United States as only a bully and i thought of it only in terms of its reputation over the past few years But this book has correctly put out that its strength lies not in its ability to intimidate but to inspire The seues and small interactions with people and their mini stories are what make this book thoroughly beautifulIt just went with me everywhere till i could finish it Kudos Make Something road travelling over fifteen thousa A geat book Wonderful Make Something read I used to think of the United States as only a bully and i thought of it only in terms of its The Bone Man of Benares A Lunatic Trip Through Love and the World reputation over the past few years But this book has correctly put out that its strength lies not in its ability to intimidate but to inspire The seues and small interactions with people and their mini stories are what make this book thoroughly beautifulIt just went with me everywhere till i could finish it Kudos

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Divine Magnetic Lands review ☆ 103 In 1973 aged twenty two Timothy O'Grady left America For the next thirty years he lived in and wrote about Europe As he did the American counter culture crashed Ronald Reagan came and went wars were declared and the country was attacked by air Muc I did enjoy this book which I read while in Charleston and it made me think about America differently to what I otherwise might have Some really good sections on American health care and the legal framework that did challenge some preconceived ideas big corporations despise lawyers who take on cases for the little man which is why everyone knows the story about the woman who spilled hot coffee at McDs If the corporates can t inspire fear they ll go for loathing We know about her because American insurance doesn t want many claims totalling that amount When it comes to fear Americans have all they need in the healthcare system Basically don t fall ill in the StatesHis other big theme was obesity which is linked to health and again to big business He lifts plenty of stuff from Fast Food Nation for his polemics on this but he doesn t overdo anything In a way I felt O Grady was born to be mild and interestingly he doesn t write much about crime and drugs which was the thing I would say is different about America Corporate crime oh yes but not much of the other stuff Perhaps that s why I bought the next book as a counterbalance The Lost Lupin read while in Charleston and it made me think about America differently to what I otherwise might have Some Chrysanthemum really good sections on American health care and the legal framework that did challenge some preconceived ideas big corporations despise lawyers who take on cases for the little man which is why everyone knows the story about the woman who spilled hot coffee at McDs If the corporates can t inspire fear they ll go for loathing We know about her because American insurance doesn t want many claims totalling that amount When it comes to fear Americans have all they need in the healthcare system Basically don t fall ill in the StatesHis other big theme was obesity which is linked to health and again to big business He lifts plenty of stuff from Fast Food Nation for his polemics on this but he doesn t overdo anything In a way I felt O Grady was born to be mild and interestingly he doesn t write much about crime and drugs which was the thing I would say is different about America Corporate crime oh yes but not much of the other stuff Perhaps that s why I bought the next book as a counterbalance

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Divine Magnetic Lands review ☆ 103 Nd miles through thirty five states He met academics the homeless war veterans political activists New Orleans rappers billionaires novelists and a Ku Klux Klansman In every bar he stopped in it seemed there was a story of American life to be hear A geat book Wonderful read I used to think of the United States as only a bully and i thought of it only in terms of its reputation over the past few years But this book has correctly put out that its strength lies not in its ability to intimidate but to inspire The seues and small interactions with people and their mini stories are what make this book thoroughly beautifulIt just went with me everywhere till i could finish it Kudos