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FAIR Los Angeles launched its Book Club in January 2022. A book club is a great way to broaden your knowledge and understanding of issues relevant to why you joined FAIR in the first place. Consistent with FAIR’s mission to promote common culture based on fairness, understanding and humanity, we read books on all sides of controversial issues. Thus we will strive to read books that undergird and promote FAIR’s values, as well as books that are prominent in the movements promoting illiberal ideologies.

Next Book:

"Race to the Bottom"

Investigative reporter Luke Rosiak offers a shocking look into the network of activists, unions, philanthropists, and policy makers that have subjugated the American public education system and are using it to achieve their ideological aspirations on young students, while hiding their true intentions from the parents.

The next meeting of the FAIR LA Book Club will be:

  • Date: November 30, 2022 (Wednesday)
  • Time: 7:00 – 8:30PM – PST
  • Location: Online via Zoom
  • Reading: Race to the Bottom by Luke Rosiak
  • For more information or to register, click here.

Past Books:

Past books discussed in the FAIR LA Book club are listed below. Click on the links for links to buy the book or to read about the book, including author interviews and reviews. If you just joined FAIR LA or missed a past book club meeting, catch up or join when interested.

"Woke, Inc."

Entrepreneur and NY Times bestselling author Vivek Ramaswamy offers an insider's look into how powerful corporations are exploiting activism and morality to draw attention away from controversy and make more money at the same time.

"The War on the West"

NY Times bestselling author Douglas Murray shows how many well-meaning people have been fooled by hypocritical and inconsistent anti-West rhetoric.

Irreversible Damage

"Irreversible Damage"

WSJ reporter Abigail Shrier's shocking 2021 exposé on the trans gender craze affecting teenage girls in the U.S. and around the Western world.

A Conflict of Visions

"A Conflict of Visions"

Thomas Sowell's seminal 1987 work on political philosophy that describes the two competing visions that shape debates about the nature of reason, justice, equality, and power: the "constrained" vision, which sees human nature as unchanging and selfish, and the "unconstrained" vision, in which human nature is malleable and perfectible. Hosted by FAIR LA member Alan Wolan.

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