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CLR Book Club – Week 6, February 2017 February 7, 2017

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1. alanmyler - February 7, 2017

The CLR Book Club clearly demonstrates how participatory democracy doesn’t work and what is required is a vanguard to lead the masses. Any volunteers?

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2. Starkadder - February 8, 2017

Penguin have re-issued the 1935 novel “It Can’t Happen Here” by Sinclair Lewis, about how a vulgar, bullying, lying demagogue who hates ethnic minorities and journalists becomes US President. Prescient?

I saw four copies on sale in the Cork Waterstones’, so it seems ICHH might be an accessible choice for the Book Club.

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WorldbyStorm - February 8, 2017

That’s a great idea Starkadder. I’ve never read it and always intended to. I’m 100% behind that. Should we go for it? Any thoughts?

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WorldbyStorm - February 8, 2017

Just checked, for those who read on tablet and want to avoid amazon it is retailing for 6euro on ebooks.com as well.

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Starkadder - February 9, 2017

“That’s a great idea Starkadder. I’ve never read it and always intended to. I’m 100% behind that. Should we go for it? Any thoughts?”

Possibly-as I’ve mentioned, it’s fairly easy for people to obtain. Why not put the title of the chosen book at the start of each Book Club post, for the weeks we are reading it?

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Sheamus - February 10, 2017

You can order it online with Dubray Books, if you want convenience without giving money to Amazon. They also have a quite handy collect from store option.

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