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  • Informative and Helpful

    Jul 18, 2007

    donald99  from Chicago, IL, Rating:4.0

    This book is short but very thorough in its explanation of why doctors are sued (the real reasons, based on actual studies) and the best ways to prevent malpractice lawsuits before they ever happen. Doctors are constantly told to "practice good medicine" and "don't make mistakes," but this book actually makes real recommendations--based on "real world" examples--how to preclude malpractice claims. It would be helpful for all health care providers (doctors, nurses, physician assistants) to read this book .

  • federalist papers

    Sep 11, 2009

    bjtochesterhillsmi  from rochester hills, MI, Rating:5.0

    This is a must read considering the dangerous times we live in. Our government is moving a long way away from the Principles in The Federalist Papers. It is the responsibility of every American to familiarize themselves with these Principles IF we want our children and grandchildren to have the Freedoms that we have enjoyed.

  • Oct 19, 2007

    samm12 Rating:1.0

    This is a terrible book. Very poorly written. Do not waste a dime on this book.

  • Forensics for Dummies

    Jun 10, 2007

    pjandjf  from California, Rating:4.0

    I enjoyed this book alot. It helped me understand lots that I did not know. I would get this book for anyone who was interested in forensics.

  • The Poisoning of America

    Mar 30, 2010

    bagman2  from Berkeley, CA., Rating:5.0

    In the first few pages of Toxic Loopholes the author poses 2 questions he intends to answer: “How well are our major environmental laws working?” “What prevents them from achieving their stated goals?” This book provided insightful, provocative answers to both questions by examining the real life stories of communities across America trying to gain the assistance of the law and the EPA to clean up their land, air and water. Toxic Loopholes arrives at a perfect time in history. Although the media provides more environmental coverage than ever before, most people still believe we have effective laws and government agencies that will shield them from pollution. By using real life examples and powerful facts, Toxic Loopholes convinced me that this is simply not so. This is the only book I’m aware of that thoroughly de-mystifies the environmental protection process. It clearly explains the fatal flaws in our environmental laws and exposes the extreme malfeasance of agencies like the...

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