Top 5 Books If You Want To Be Woke

16 responses to “Top 5 Books If You Want To Be Woke”

  1. Samantha Meyers says:

    “A People’s History of the United States”-Howard Zinn
    “Shock Doctrine”- Naomi Klein
    “Lies My Teacher Told Me”- James W.Loewen

  2. Frank Sturgell says:

    Add ‘How To Kill a City’ by Peter Moskowitz

  3. Erin A says:

    Dark Money by Jane Mayer

  4. Sorgfelt says:

    “Inside the Company: CIA Diary” by Philip Agee. A former CIA officer gives details of what the CIA does and how they do it. Once you read the first 30% of this book, you will easily see the CIA footprints on any new developments on the world stage.

  5. Manufacturing Consent by N. Chomsky
    An Economic Theory of Democracy by A. Downs
    The Great Transformation by K. Polanyi
    The Radical King by C. West
    Evicted by M. Desmond

  6. Shannon says:

    The divide by Matt Taibbi

  7. Ashley Law says:

    You do not need a book just look up….wake up ? Pacific Ocean is dying fast very fast Oxygen levels falling Ozone layers ripped….all life.

  8. bowiepoet says:

    A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn & Listen Liberal by Thomas Frank.

  9. Lisa Pease says:

    The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK and Malcolm X. Best book for unraveling the systemic cover-ups of conspiracy in each of these cases.

  10. MecNeeley says:

    Mann and Orstein…It’s Even Worse Than It Looks:How the American Constitutional System Collided With the New Politics.
    Pedro Domingo…The Master Algorithm
    Nick Bostrom…Superintelligence

  11. 1) Marx & Engles – the Communist Manifesto
    2) V. I. Lenin – the State and Revolution
    3) Alex Haley and Malcolm X – the Autobiography of Malcolm X
    4) Franz Fannon – the Wretched of the Earth
    5) Eric Williams – Capitalism and Slavery

  12. Lee Deathcare says:

    Crossing The Rubicon – Michael C Ruppert

  13. Susan H says:

    I might add David Talbot’s ‘The Devil’s Chessboard’ to this list.

  14. Christine Loz says:

    “The Heart Goes Last” by Margaret Atwood (latest after “Handmaiden”)

  15. Allen says:

    “Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television” by Jerry Mander deserves a place on this list.

  16. Tina Wilson says:

    Thanks, Lee!

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