What a wonderfully unique take on substances that we put in our bodies. That doesn’t mean I agree with all the positions, but it was so nice to hear something new from someone who is passionate about exploring substances for what they are, not the fear that comes with them.
My only suggestion (in what is an otherwise fascinating interview) is for Hamilton to help communication his fascination by adopting the phrase that “drugs are the music of chemistry” to help answer the first question of the interview.
This is truly the only political book I’ve ever read that reduced stress and made me feel hopeful about the future! I’m no doctor, but I see this book as the perfect cure for those with anxiety about the current political climate.
In order to have a healthy discussion on any subject its important to invite people with different points of view to express their ideas. Sure, you may not side with them, but hearing their ideas can certainly help you solidify the logic that lead to your own conclusions.
In this book Nik Gillespie and Matt Welch take their readers on a marvelous anecdotal journey through today’s political discourse completely bypassing the rhetoric of Team Red or Team Blue.
If you’re getting a little frustrated watching the squabble between Team Red and Team Blue then why not declare your independence for just over 300 pages just to see if you like the scenery?
Available at Amazon Paperback: 304 pages Publisher: PublicAffairs; 1st edition (June 26, 2012) Language: English ISBN-10: 1610391004 ISBN-13: 978-1610391009