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And yet another chapter where Moore details his unsuccessful endeavors to have State Representative from the 46th District of California, Bob Dornaninvoluntarily committed for psychiatric evaluation. The government claims that we are experiencing the largest economic growth in a generation. For this reason alone, Downsize This is worth reading. Become a LibraryThing Author. This page was last edited on 13 Septemberat I didn’t mind this book.

Wikipedia in English None. No current Talk conversations about this book. The author approaches life with his characteristic humor and sarcasm, but some of his rants fall short of the mark in this particular book.

To my wife, Kathleen, and my daughter, Natalie I guess the issue I take with this book is that he makes his point, then spends the next pages beating you over the head with it. Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Mentions 1, 7 7, 3. Swap 49 have, 5 want. Views Read Edit View history. I suppose he wouldn’t have had a page book if he did that though, it would only be pages long Moore is at his best as a prankster, whether it’s trying to see if Pat Buchanan will take a campaign donation from the John Wayne Gacy Fan Club yes or whether he can have Bob Dornan committed to an insane asylum based on his bizarre behavior no, but it was close.


Downsize This! Random Threats From an Unarmed American

You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Retrieved doensize ” https: OK, Michael, we get it! Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book.

Amazon Kindle 0 editions. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. I thia some of his ideas were uunarmed founded, and could at least could inspire some spirited discussions. While this restricts his audience to Americans on the left side of the aisle, for them Downsize This!

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References to this work on external resources. In particular the book criticizes corporations who care more for shareholders than the safety and wellbeing of the communities who work for them. New York Times bestseller Nonfiction, The book is part of Moore’s ongoing campaign for increased corporate accountability.


Google Books — Loading From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Unashamedly anti-rightwing, this is an eye-opening account of what is going on in the US and Michael Moore’s proposals for fixing things.

I’ve seen his movies, I knew going into it that I wasn’t exactly going to be reading a praising commentary on the Republican party. Moore gives a lot of information and makes some humorous suggestions. This article about a book on business is a stub.

JacksonBarraljpbmelanie. If you encounter any opposition from executives in suits, especially those who seek to downsize you, you’ll know what to tell them by the title of this book. This article about a book on politics of the United States is a stub. Downsize This could have become out of date very amfrican had everything Moore suggested been implemented.

Stories from My Life Moore is one of our sharpest satirists, and Downsize This! Maybe this is why by the thls of it he did away from corporate America theme and starts talking about the O. Good agitprop, classic Moore. Moore’s politics are rabidly liberal, populist, and anti-big business–about what you’d expect from the former editor of Mother Jones.