Makers and Takers: Why Conservatives Work Harder, Feel Happier, Have Closer Families, Take Fewer Drugs, Give More Generously, Value Honesty More, Are Less Materialistic and

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The author of the "New York Times" bestseller "Do as I Say (Not as I Do)" expands his critique of modern liberalism in this hard-hitting look at the decline in character, values, and moral principles of self-described do-gooders. Unabridged. 1 MP3 CD.

Makers and Takers: Why Conservatives Work Harder, Feel Happier, Have Closer Families, Take Fewer Drugs, Give More Generously, Value Honesty More, Are Less Materialistic and 2008, Doubleday Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780385513500

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Makers and Takers: Why Conservatives Work Harder, Feel Happier, Have Closer Families, Take Fewer Drugs, Give More Generously, Value Honesty More, Are Less Materialistic and Envious, Whine Less...and Even Hug Their Children More Than Liberals 2008, Tantor Audio, Old Saybrook

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Makers and Takers: Why Conservatives Work Harder, Feel Happier, Have Closer Families, Take Fewer Drugs, Give More Generously, Value Honesty More, Are Less Materialistic and Envious, Whine Less...and Even Hug Their Children More Than Liberals 2008, Tantor Audio, Old Saybrook

ISBN-13: 9781400157488

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Makers and Takers: Why Conservatives Work Harder, Feel Happier, Have Closer Families, Take Fewer Drugs, Give More Generously, Value Honesty More, Are Less Materialistic and Envious, Whine Less...and Even Hug Their Children More Than Liberals 2008, Tantor Audio, Old Saybrook

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