The Magic Glasses of Critical Thinking

The Magic Glasses of Critical Thinking

D. Michael Rivage-Seul's new book, The Magic Glasses of Critical Thinking: Seeing through Alternative Fact & Fake News, invites readers to try out Baba Dick Gregory's "magic glasses" of critical thinking and apply it to our current reality.

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ISBN 9781433149566
Pages 263 pages
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