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What Americans really want . . . really

Frank I. Luntz

What Americans really want . . . really

the truth about our hopes, dreams, and fears

by Frank I. Luntz

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Published by Hyperion in New York .
Written in

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [291]-293) and index.

StatementFrank I. Luntz
LC ClassificationsHM1206 .L87 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxiv, 302 p. ;
Number of Pages302
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24404833M
ISBN 101401322816
ISBN 109781401322816
LC Control Number2009023228

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EBONY Attitudes What Men Want: African-American Men on Love, Dating and Marriage. During the month of February, we are reposting articles that deal with the subject of Black love, such as this one.   The American people saw that when Republicans talk about “law and order,” they mean that the cops become lawless, leading to more disorder. The .

  At first there was a draft, and then, when things got really hairy, they announced a new unit and named it 14+. You may recall that we loved Imbolo Mbue’s novel Behold the Dreamers.   If you’re like 27 percent of Americans, that question might be a headscratcher. That’s because just over one in four Americans surveyed in a new poll said that they didn’t read a single book.

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