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Love the android game but just skimmed through a ton of reviews, searched the internet and haven't found any evidence of someone actually winning a prize. With the almost everyday drawings you would think that someone would have posted a Google Play review about winning at least one of the prizes. I'm a small skeptical if the prizes actually exist.
That day, i modernize the android game and i play the game, i don't like modernize the game. The android game of the picture and person all change, i play the android game the picture and begin the case is too n you change back the picture and person like the true one.I don't like the fresh one, i like the old type.
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I very rarely post reviews, but I feel this application deserves the time. This is one of the most awesome tools in existence for people with depression that almost everyone suffers some level of at some point in their lives. it is absolutely amazing. seriously give it a shot
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This book was an eye opening look at the actual economic effects of the Fresh Deal. I had read in my high school history text that FDR pulled the economy from the depths of the Amazing Depression, and that was the lasting photo in my mind. After studying economics in college and law school I was shocked to see what his actual policies were. It appears the current administration is taking a lot of of the same plays that FDR did, though FDR basically told Congress what to do and they did it (not so today). FDR was a amazing politician, but he was a not good economist and this book puts a convincing argument that FDR kept the US in the depression for a lot longer than it required to only complaint was that some of the detail seemed superficial - especially the long-term effects of the fresh deal. Some chapters seemed very detailed and great, but some seemed to just scratch the surface. It is still a valuable read, and I plan to read more of the history of this very necessary era.
In "FDR's Folly" you finally hear the other side of the story on the Fresh Deal. Pro-New Deal historians obviously wrote the history of the Amazing Depression because most people have the understanding that FDR's Fresh Deal pulled the US out of it. In this book, you'll read example after example of how Fresh Deal policies actually prolonged the Amazing Depression and increased its negative effects. The underlying issue with the Fresh Deal policies was the failure of politicians to centrally manage an economy. An economy is too complex to be centrally micromanaged, especially when you have to deal with the law of unintended consequences. This book is a amazing resource for gaining an understanding of the happenings of the Amazing Depression and the flawed thinking of those politicians that continue to test to micromanage the economy today.
No huge revelations here. If you've read Milton Friedman and Henry Hazlitt, you already know this information. This makes a nice twofer with the book "Silent Cal" -- read them back-to-back for an interesting e tragedy is reading this book in the context of 2010 -- how a lot of of these policies have been resurrected. So now we'll do it all over again. They still dismiss us as simplistic for defending individual liberty and property rights. They still sneer at us for reminding them that the federal government has no source of income apart from taxing the output of its citizens.I would have given the book 4 stars, except for one aggravating factor: the inclusion of irrelevant physical descriptions of all the Fresh Dealers. Honestly, you expect the next one to be Cuffy Meigs, Eugene Lawson or Kip Chalmers. I don't need to know that someone had a powerful chin before I know that he advocated flawed policies. Stay serious.Well footnoted, and amazing to hold on your bookshelf, but it doesn't add much that is new.
FDR's Folly is very informative but you must wade through Powell's thumbnail biographies for nearly everyone in government during the late twenties and the thirties. If Powell ever updates FDR's Folly, he'd be well advised to segregate the biographical info in an appendix.His chapter headings are rather massive handed. Powell apparently never met a Roosevelt policy he is_is_an informative book, well referenced to basic sources and he points out(in contrast to the standard hagiography)the weakenesses in the Fresh Deal program and the frankly political plan behind much of the Fresh Deal.Powell also makes clear that economics as a science was out of its depth when faced with a catastrophe of this magnitude.
I only gave a 4 though the book is excellent. I remember my Dad's comments about him and some of the things he mentioned were not in the book though they were topical. But truthfully Dad's comments were, in truth, anecdotal and required to be taken with a grain of salt.
Recommended by Thomas Sowell, this is a dissection of FDR's forced depression on America. What could have taken months, was prolonged by this "benefactor of the poor" to years and more years. Never miss a amazing crisis to play e only con is that too a lot of acronyms ,and the soup of bureaucrats which populate its pages, demand extreme attention and patience. If you don't obtain trapped in this maze, the folly comes out dramatically painful.