Think a second time.

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Notes on front endpaper: 43 subjects. Watch almost no television--what do you think of it.  Are people basically good or evil.  How important is religion to the society.  Book why the Jews--The reason for anti-Semitism! Astrology v. Marxism. 360,000 Union soldiers died to free 4 million blacks. Dinner with a difference. Rodney King video tape.  Underlinings/Notes:  Underlinings: Harm done by religious people, 3,000 lectures details on Prager's personal life/career, society and morality, Most Important trait In A Woman, presidents faithful to their wives, media does not consider adultery wrong, does a person act appropriately in public? Favors capital punishment for murderers, parents overvalue self-esteem, quantity time, political correctness, stats on Prager's show, strong values, religion v. success, hype, slavery, extremism,  "Notes: "Human nature," "Communism," "Afghans," "Friday nights," "Marxism," "what's religion," "liberal policies," "white racism."

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Prager, Dennis, “Think a second time. ,” One Book. One Author. One Hour., accessed May 20, 2018, http://booknotes.gmu.edu/items/show/715.

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Title

Think a second time.

Creator

Prager, Dennis

Date

1995
Program air date: February 4, 1996

Description

Journalist Dennis Prager's collection of 43 essays drawn from his quarterly journal entitled Ultimate Issues.

Subject

"Conduct of life."
"Ethics, Modern--20th century."

Source

Brian Lamb Booknotes Collection
Gift of Brian Lamb, 2011.

Publisher

ReganBooks
George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives

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