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    A growing number of Americans want to tear down what it’s taken us 250 years to build - and they’ll start by canceling our shared history, ideals, and culture. 

    Traditional areas of civic agreement are vanishing. We can’t agree on what makes America special. We can’t even agree that America is special. We’re coming to the point that we can’t even agree what the word America itself means. 

    “Disintegrationists” say we’re stronger together, but their assault on America’s history, philosophy, and culture will only tear us apart. Who are the disintegrationists? From Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States to the New York Times’ 1619 Project, many modern analyses view American history through the lens of competing oppressions, a racist and corrupt experiment from the very beginning. They see American philosophy as a lie - beautiful words pasted over a thoroughly rotted system. They see America’s culture of rights as a façade that merely reinforces traditional hierarchies of power, instead of being the only culture that guarantees freedom for individuals. 

    Disintegrationist attacks on the values that built our nation are insidious because they replace each foundational belief, from the rights to free speech and self-defense to the importance of marriage and faith communities, with nothing more than an increased reliance on the government. 

    This twisted disintegrationist vision replaces the traditional “unionist” understanding that all Americans are united in a shared striving toward the perfection of universal ideals. 

    How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps shows that to be a cohesive nation we have to uphold foundational truths about ourselves, our history, and reality itself - to be unionists instead of disintegrationists. Shapiro offers a vital warning that if we don’t recover these shared truths, our future - our union - as a great country is threatened with destruction. 

    ©2020 Ben Shapiro (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers

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    • Brian Sachetta
    • 21/07/2020

    A necessary call for unity

    It’s hard to leave a review on a politically-charged book without getting political, but I will do my best. So, here goes: What I liked most about this one is how Shapiro tactfully diagnoses the current state of the country as well as the dangerous ideologies that have brought us to such a place. Without the belief that America is and always has been an evil place, he says, we would not see such widespread prevalence of cancel culture, tribalism, and a desire to dismantle the system from top to bottom. Another thing I really enjoyed about this one was Shapiro’s ability to have a reasonable discussion about the history of America. He does not deny the atrocities that have taken place in our country, nor does he suggest that we should attempt to look past them. Instead, he says, we should use such lessons to help us guide our future behavior, come together, and reinforce the rights outlined in the constitution. When we don’t do those things, we allow such atrocities to take place, and we grow further divided by the day. Shapiro’s willingness to actually discuss difficult issues, in my opinion, is what makes him an effective political commentator. He even says, when talking about “cancel culture,” that the proper response to someone you disagree with is to have a discussion. Yet, in America these days, it seems like all we want to do instead is flip the middle finger — the proper response if we want to silence someone. Thus, he concludes the book by saying that if we want to repair the rifts in our country, we need to stop silencing one another and come together. We need to talk more and attack less. And, most importantly, we need to see the good in others, learn to trust one another again, and unite. It’s an important message delivered at a critical time, and regardless of political affiliation, it’s why I recommend this book. -Brian Sachetta Author of “Get Out of Your Head”

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    • Bradley EauClaire
    • 21/07/2020

    If you watch his web show - there is nothing new

    As a reader, he reads quickly, and does terrible mocking impressions of people that I personally don't find entertaining. The ideas he expresses in the book are nothing new compared to what he has already said on his web show. It's basically a recap of everything he's been saying for the past year. Many times word for word segments. Every talking point I found myself going "Okay I've heard this before...I've heard this before" and being able to predict what he was going to say next. This book would be great for those who are unfamiliar with him. But that will likely make up about .5% of the people who do read this book. For those who are already avid followers, just know by buying this audiobook you're essentially making a donation to support him as you'll gain no new information. If I wasn't so familiar with him already, this book could be a 4 out of 5. It could serve as a big wake up call to people. I can say personally I'll never buy another one of his books so long as I continue to keep up with him on social media etc.

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    • Ahmed Hussein
    • 28/07/2020

    Terrible with awful mimic and impersonation

    The book plays on fear and non-sense arguments. The narration is very irritated. it was really bad idea not to bring someone who can perform better. in addition to the bad the narrative, mimicking voice was even more irritating. I could not stand that as it was really distractive, awful, and stupid. I hope that I never find another author who does that. First, it is not funny nor entertaining. Second, it gives the impression of mocking and disrespect which completely overshadow any point if building conversation.

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    • Annilita
    • 21/07/2020

    Performed by Shapiro for his fans

    Excellent, clear explanation of the conservative case for constitutional government that is undercut by Shapiro doing impressions of politicians he doesn’t like. I could hand the book to a friend, but can not recommend the audiobook to anyone who isn’t already a fan of Shapiro.

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    • Scott Miller
    • 23/07/2020

    Talks too fast and does bad impressions too often

    I find this book fascinating the way he describes our rights and where they came from is great. Two things make this book unlistenable. The speed at which he talks is incredibly fast. I thought I had mistakenly set the playback speed to 1.5 before I realized, no it was normal. After that I lowered it to 0.8 which helped. Secondly his impersonations of politicians, specifically the ones he doesn’t like are distracting and condescending.

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    • cocotomo
    • 21/07/2020

    A book every American should listen to

    This book is a great blend of American history and philosophy that reaches into the soul of what makes our country great. Ben gives the tools we the people need to voice our concerns over the growing rise of leftist ideology.

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    • Rob Barry
    • 23/07/2020

    Important message, cheapened by divisiveness

    In this book, Shapiro paints an effective and complete account of the core tenets of conservative political theory as firmly grounded in the founding principals that made America the great success it has (most of the time) been. This ideal, he contrasts with his invented “ism,” the “disintegrationsit,” a philosophy which comprises the very worst of leftest tendencies made manifest in a belief system which has no notable modern champions. Of particular hypocrisy is the notion that the disintegrationist’s chief goal is to undo the fabric that binds Americans together, even as the author works so hard to build a straw-man “other” that we conservatives are at ideological war with. Still worth the read for the work the Author put into summarizing the best tenets of conservative philosophy.

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    • Wayne
    • 23/07/2020

    Great content but the narration is not !

    The libertarian philosophy and the historical content are just what one would expect of Ben Shapiro. It is outstanding. Shapiiro's voice tends to become taxing after a while, but what frustrated me most were his lame attempts to speak in the voice of others when quoting them. His voices for Trump and Obama were especially bad. Nevertheless, the content is so strong that the audiobook earns 5 stars.

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    • Teagle
    • 21/07/2020

    Most relevant piece of nonfiction for 2020

    Ben’s “Three Easy Steps” is probably the most accurate telling and diagnosis of what is creating the divide in America these days. What basically started off as a prediction for the future has essentially come to fruition in the present. This is the most important book of the year for all of those who hope to see America continue as a union. Regardless of political beliefs, this is a book for true patriots. Hope everyone finds it as insightful as I found it and God Bless America and God Bless You.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 23/07/2020

    Phenomenal!

    Really enjoyed this book! Ben, as usual, lays it all out! We need the truth more now than ever. Plus his impressions are amazing. Thanks Ben!

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    • J. Grothe
    • 02/11/2020

    Great one time read

    This book is a really entertaining and interisting take on the state of american society. You propably will not read this book more than a few times, but thats okay, its still a great read.

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    • Thomas Haunsperger
    • 18/08/2020

    Gripping and significant

    A striking analysis of the differences between true scholars of history and progressive ideologues. Whoever cares about civil liberties and the relationship between the state and the citizen can‘t afford not to read or listen to this.

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    • Mario
    • 24/07/2020

    Sehr relevantes Buch in der heutigen Zeit

    Auch wenn ich Ben nicht immer und überall rechtgeben würde sind viele seiner Thesen interessant und relevant um sich eine eigene Meinung zu bilden.