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A Book For You

I've read it. I enjoyed it. Would you like it. The book is Democracy in America (Penguin Classics) (Paperback) by Alexis de Tocqueville. If you think I would give away my only copy you'd be mistaken. In an attempt to organize my books a little better I discovered that I had the LOA copy of this and so the Penguin edition can go.

And the winner is Erick

I'll take all requests for the book left in the comments during the next 24 hours, or so, and then use a random number generator to determine the winner. I'll then ship the book at my expense to the winner. The offer is limited to residents of the U.S. and Canada. My apologies to my good friends in other countries but the cost of shipments to other destinations is simply too high.

Note:The offer is open only to registered comments others will be ignored. Please make it clear if you want to be considered for the book or are just commenting.



I want a piece of that action!

i want to make it absolutely clear that i want in that random number generator

May i throw my hat in for the book? I tried to read DIA online and couldn't do it. I'm a paper book reader. thanks jac

This is one classic that I haven't read but should. Now is a great time to start. Count me in.

Please add my name for consideration...thanks.

I would like to be considered for this book, please.

I would enjoy an educational read, thank you.

i would love to be involved in this draw, thanks

I am so in. Thanks Norm!

Pick me! It's my birthday today!

I would like the book

Hand up waving wildly

Hi Norm, Once again thanks for the chance to win a free book. I just saw your post on Kindle. Hmm. You make a compelling case.

Also, I'd like to have a shot at Democracy.

Give us this our daily book and forgive our trespasses.

In other words, I would like the book.

I too would like to win the book. Thanks.

Please count me in the pool for the book. Thanks!

I am interested in the book, if only to gauge how far we have strayed from being a recognizable representative democracy.


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