Official Review: San Francisco Values

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Post by sssns »

This book is an informative resource for those interested in the history and current affairs of San Francisco. Congratulations on Book of the Day!
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Cool book! I love the cover, it is both simple and beautiful!
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Post by EricL »

Sound informative and interesting! Thank you for your review!
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Post by Shirley-Tome »

While I may not be particularly interested in reading about San Francisco or American values, I applaud the author for taking on a book of this nature. I'm sure there is a lot to learn.
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Post by MeganDJ »

Although I think it is well-suited for those living in the San Francisco region and surrounds, I don't think that this read is particularly relevant to anyone outside the region. Regardless, anyone studying economic growth and demographic relationships may find this book intriguing. Thank you so much for the insightful review! Happy reading :techie-studyinggray:
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Post by UncleP »

A thought-provoking book to read. Thanks for the review and congrats on getting the book of the day.
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Post by Romi4everram »

It seems quite entertaining if you like history. And I think that reading about values which are going through a crisis nowadays, is not a bad idea. I think se need It as a society. Thanks for such a great review!
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Post by Veraok »

This sounds like an educative book about American that one will learn a lot from, I'll definitely check the book out. Great review
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Post by prernarajput123 »

The review is very well written. I would love to know the history, present and past diversities of San Fransisco. This book seems to be very informative and I am definitely going to give it a worth try.
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Post by J_odoyo »

A book that highlights the America's values, "particularly those that have shaped the San Francisco Bay Area" is definitely a great read. I like it that the book is very descriptive and specific, in terms of elaborate examples, facts, figures, and percentages. Not my type of genre, though. Otherwise, congrats on the BOTD.
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Post by Miss_BeckyG »

This is a great way to learn about San Francisco's history, advancement over the years plus its strengths and weaknesses. The authors have done a great job in presenting the information. Readers interested in finding out more about San Francisco will enjoy this book. Thank you for your great review.
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Post by AtienoMagero »

Thank you for your wonderful review of this book! This is the perfect book for anyone interested in knowing more about San Francisco and America in general. I love that the author explored both the good and the bad side of the city.
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Post by MayorE »

The book seems very educative. I have always loved San Francisco so I am quite sure I will enjoy this. Nice review
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Post by 3_roses »

The book gives an account of historical and current events based on San Francisco and America in general. It would be an excellent book for readers who love history.
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Post by laseniola »

Books about history like this one are gems.
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