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Lift Her Up, Tenderly by Bob LeFevre

I’ve been trying to read this book for about a month. It’s been much less than riveting. Although, it is quite an easy read. So I feel pretty pathetic for having drawn it out this long.

It was published in 1976, I think. It’s not clear based on the information provided from the book. The book reads like it was written in the late 60s. The tone is definitely patronizing, sexist, and verges on inappropriate in the way the author describes his thoughts/feelings for the young girl he and his wife are guardians for.

In this book, the author is describing his thoughts on economics to this young girl. The economic part is interesting though influenced by his personal beliefs in regards to politics, sex and religion.

I’ve vas collated while reading this book, between whether I would recommend it to anyone to read; I think ultimately the answer has to be ‘no’.

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