What are the best fobidden-books?

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    #1Underground to Palestine

    Underground to Palestine
    One year after the WWII was over, I. F. Stone managed to enter the Jewish underground, where he was able to interview many eye-witnesses of the surviving Europe Jews' emigration to Palestine. Through the eyes of the author, we can get to know more about how it really was the life of those Jewish liberated from the concentration camps. 

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    Peter Rice
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "The product letter font size is small.So the letter font size is moderarely thick letters."
  2. 15


    This book is an investigative project to find out how the American electoral and voting system really works. Through 25 years of investigation, this eye-opener book will show you how corrupt the American democracy is... and how little can be done to revert this situation. 

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    Ruth Ramirez
    Written on March 28, 2018
    "What a terrific book to read in these days of people being angry with the american vote. Makes it even more believable when they tried to bury this book. They right the facts of the voter fraud found in the election in 2000. I could not put down this book. I believe many things need to change in our electoral vote. I gave this book to a friend and they also could not put it down. "
  3. 14

    #3The Hoffa Wars

    The Hoffa Wars
    This book perfectly details Jimmy Hoffa's role in the Teamsters, how he managed to climb to the top starting from the very bottom, and all his scandals and legal problems until his mysterious disappearance in 1975.

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    Craig Coleman
    Written on April 1, 2018
    "link says it can not find page"
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    #4Friendly Fascism

    Friendly Fascism
    Unlike the violent governments from Mussolini, Hitler or the Japanese, in 1980, a new fascism was born in the United States, something that was known as friendly fascism, as the politicians were wearing a nice-guy mask to disguise their despotism and true intentions. This book, predicts the effects that this could have, and offers solutions to every American to help them build a better democracy. 

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    Carl Gutierrez
    Written on March 30, 2018
    "It is an interesting read but does not make a convincing argument in a historical or economic way at all. Comparisons to Orwell's 1984 and other well written books make Friendly Fascism appeal to the reader on speculation and "what if" scenarios. It was too left wing perspective for me where it argues against big business and suggests that US society is controlled by industry and the ultra rich under the cover of a democratic government. However, Friendly Fascism suggests a more business like government policy to maintain the current structure and squash anything to the contrary. In my opinion it is a well written opinion of how society got to where we are through corporate governance and influence in politics and govt."
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    #5Science of Coercion

    Science of Coercion
    This book examines the role of CIA, the Pentagon and every US security agency on today's society. It offers invaluable insight on the power of communication and psychology, as it provides clear examples of how to manipulate large audiences towards a selected way of thinking. 

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    Billy Armstrong
    Written on March 26, 2018
    ""Science of Coercion" is about some of the propaganda techniques used by the US government during the Cold War and about similar topics, as I understand. I'm not sure if it is explicitly forbidden by any parties or in any places, though it does not seem to have a lot of web presence. It might not apply very specifically to our modern day reality, though it does, in part - even though not a lot of what's happening in this book might be definitely happening today, it does demonstrate a willingness on the part of the government to manipulate various social groups."
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    #6Deadly Deceits

    Deadly Deceits
    Ralph W. McGehee was a CIA agent who worked in many Asiatic countries trying to reverse the communist influence in those areas. But after many years working for them, he realized that he was nothing but a tool for the government, so he decided to write this book where he describes how this agency really works and how purposeless it is. 

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    David Ray
    Written on March 22, 2018
    "i like this a lot."
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    #7The Culture of Cities

    The Culture of Cities
    Lewis Mumford's best work, this book is an investigation of the human environment of the first years of the 20th century. Through many surveys held in North American and European cities, the author is able to study many cities around the world, and he also suggests how they should be in a near future: more ecological, balanced and with a better use of technology. 

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    Luis Alberto García
    Written on March 27, 2018
    "The solution is clear and concise. It informs the reader of who the author is (Lewis Mumford) and describes what the book is about without going into to much detail."
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    #8The Wages of War

    The Wages of War
    This book is a chronicle of how bad the US government treated its veterans after they came back from the many wars the US has taken part in, specially focusing on those who fought in Vietnam. Soldiers usually came back home with exotic illnesses and without a penny, a situation that was even worse with the Agent Orange from the Vietnam war. 

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    Vincent Hill
    Written on March 26, 2018
    "The Wages of War is illuminating on a subject matter that many people don't like to discuss: America's neglect and mistreatment of its veterans. It's difficult to get through because of the grim nature of the subject matter, but it's an important book you should read."
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    #9Inside Job

    Inside Job
    This is a book about how fragile the financial institutions in the United States really are, as it fully explains the 80s economical crisis, where half the nation's loans and savings were insolvent due to a financial deregulation and many criminal groups doing their thing with no one really controlling them.

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    Ashley Hanson
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Always a fan of "what really happened" type books, I picked up Inside Job eager to see how things were like in the 80s that may, or may not have, led to things that we are experiencing today. Sadly, I was disappointed with this one - the writing is a basic tell-all, but nothing as salacious as I thought I was going to be getting. "
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    #10All Honorable Men

    All Honorable Men
    This book unveils the connections many Wall Street corporations had with the Nazi Germany before WWII, some of them knowing that the money they were giving them was funding what ultimately would be the political party that would cause the biggest war of all time. 

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    Victoria Weaver
    Written on April 1, 2018
    "All Honorable Men is a interesting book that details history between Wall Street and Nazi Germany. It is pretty informative."


Best What are the best fobidden-books
1Underground to PalestineBooks 18 Paid
2VotescamBooks 15 Paid
3The Hoffa WarsBooks 14 Paid
4Friendly FascismBooks 11 Paid
5Science of CoercionBooks 10 Paid
6Deadly DeceitsBooks 9 Paid
7The Culture of Cities Books 8 Paid
8The Wages of WarBooks 7 Paid
9Inside JobBooks 5 Paid
10All Honorable MenBooks 4 Paid

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