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Re: "What Book Changed Your Mind?"
I scanned the list linked to Dexter's original post; there are indeed several books on there I would like to read - if I have the time (literally). At 70+ years of age, and reading since I was 5, I have to honestly say "None of them." Or perhaps the better answer would be "All of them." You see, I cannot think of any ONE book that changed my way of thinking, but I was no doubt influenced by all of them.
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