How Do You Kill 11 Million People?

How Do You Kill 11 Million People?

Why the Truth Matters More Than You Think

Book - 2011
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From the perspective of the Holocaust, the author emphasizes the critical need for truth in relationships, communities, and government in order to prevent any recurrence of such tragic events in the future.
Publisher: Nashville : Thomas Nelson, 2011.
ISBN: 9780849948350
0849948355
Branch Call Number: 320.01 AN26
Characteristics: v, 84 pages : illustrations, map ; 19 cm

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EricOA
Oct 22, 2015

An absolute waste of time. If you are a student of history, this book is so simplistic it's nauseating. If you are thinking of borrowing it, don't.

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SirWhiskers
Jan 19, 2014

Simplistic and disappointing. His main suggestion appears to be that we should validate if our elected leaders are telling us the truth by checking the Internet. A complete waste of time.

JCLHelenH Jan 07, 2014

In 80 short pages Andrews offers the most compelling call to political action I have ever experienced.

How do you kill 11 million people? “The answer is breathtakingly simple. And it is a method still being used by some elected leaders to achieve various goals today. How do you kill 11 million people? Lie to them.”

“Does adversity build character?...It does not. Almost all people can stand adversity of one sort or another. If you want to test a person’s character, give him power.” “… let me add one thing more. Power corrupts. Humanity’s need for those in power to be of high character increases as the importance of the position of leadership increases."

I appreciate Andrews point of view immensely when he answers the question, “Who is lying to our country right now?” by saying “Sorry, but I’m simply not going to answer this question. The purpose of this book is to get you to answer that question for yourself!”

mmg2681 Mar 26, 2012

I heard the interview on Dave Ramsey's podcast and decided to see what this book was all about. I was not impressed. It is definitely thought-provoking, but just not the impressive content I expected from Andy Andrews.

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