The List: A Week-by-Week Reckoning of Trump’s First Year

The List: A Week-by-Week Reckoning of Trump’s First Year

The shocking first-draft history of the Trump regime, and its clear authoritarian impulses, based on the viral Internet phenom ?The Weekly List.? In the immediate aftermath of Donald Trump's election as president, Amy Siskind, a former Wall Street executive and the founder of The New Agenda, began compiling a list of actions taken by the Trump regime that pose a threat to The shocking first-draft history of the Trump regime, and its clear authoritarian impulses, based on the viral ...

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Title:The List: A Week-by-Week Reckoning of Trump’s First Year
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The List: A Week-by-Week Reckoning of Trump’s First Year Reviews

  • Gordon
    Jun 19, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

  • Stephanie *Very Stable Genius*
    Mar 29, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

  • Tony
    Apr 18, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

  • Amerynth
    Mar 28, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

  • Debbie
    Aug 18, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

  • Greg
    Jun 05, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

    WOW. It's really scary when you see this week by week changes in print. ...

    steaming compilation of truths ...

    important reading ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Aaron Dietz
    May 18, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

  • Jersey Byker
    Mar 25, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

  • Sharron
    Jun 06, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

  • Milt
    May 24, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

    WOW. It's really scary when you see this week by week changes in print. ...

    steaming compilation of truths ...

  • Susan
    Apr 10, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

    WOW. It's really scary when you see this week by week changes in print. ...

    steaming compilation of truths ...

    important reading ...

    ...

  • Gary
    Jun 01, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

  • Justin Powell
    Jun 21, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

  • Tina Reitz
    Aug 21, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

    WOW. It's really scary when you see this week by week changes in print. ...

  • Judith
    Mar 25, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

    WOW. It's really scary when you see this week by week changes in print. ...

    steaming compilation of truths ...

    important reading ...

    ...

    ...

  • Larry
    May 27, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

  • Chris Casey
    May 03, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

  • Chris Worthy
    Apr 10, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

  • Mary
    May 22, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

    WOW. It's really scary when you see this week by week changes in print. ...

    steaming compilation of truths ...

    important reading ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Michael Hutchison
    Oct 09, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

  • Joanne
    Jun 02, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

  • Jennifer Masterson
    Mar 25, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

  • Donna Braun
    Jun 16, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

  • Brooke Denton
    Jun 06, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

    WOW. It's really scary when you see this week by week changes in print. ...

    steaming compilation of truths ...

    important reading ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • paula_reads
    Jun 11, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

  • Todd Stockslager
    May 10, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

  • Nick Winlund
    Apr 13, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

  • Kirsty
    Jun 03, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

    WOW. It's really scary when you see this week by week changes in print. ...

    steaming compilation of truths ...

    important reading ...

  • Katarina
    Jan 25, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...

    Because I want to send myself completely over the edge. I think this book will have to be an ever changing, living document. ...

    Just one year later and society is wondering how we got here. This book lays it out. One bizarre episode at a time. I?m praying the sequel will only need to cover a few months. ...

    Review title: Take the cure In Fantasyland, Andersen quotes professor Michal Lynch: 'The most disturbing power of contradiction is that it's repeated use can dull our sensitivity to the value of truth itself.' (p. 428) It is this danger of being overwhelmed by and then succumbing to...

    I've read Amy Siskind's weekly list of items that show a weakening of the country's democracy online since Trump's inauguration, so I mostly purchased this book as a way to throw a little financial support her way for the work she's doing, which I think is important. It is disheart...

    I gave this book 5 stars not because it is a masterpiece of writing but because it is a truly important reference book. Consisting of what started as a blog and morphed into this book, it is a comprehensive list, culled from all sorts of media, of the lies, conflicts of interest and ju...

    I have been reading The Weekly List for a long time now (feels like decades), so I did not and could not reread them all in this book. However, if you have been following along, the book is necessary and vital for knowing how we get back to what we were, and it is worth getting your ha...

    This is not a book; it's a map. A treasure map. For if we follow it all the way home, we'll reinstate democracy for all. ...

    Sarah Kendzior writes in her foreword: " The lists don't editorialize; they simply document. That is one of this book's advantages in an era of hyperpartisanship and information silos - it's up to the reader to make sense of the material...". I profoundly disagree. I follow Amy Sisk...

    The List is not so much a book, but a blog dumped out into a book form. This is not to say it is boring or unsuited to read, just do no go into this book with the understanding of high or systematic telling of history. Also its thinking is not set up to be fair and impartial. Instead t...

    I admit it, I'm a Trump junkie. The daily outrages of this national nightmare hit us in a never ending firehose. And if that's not enough, re-reading those outrages to re-live them in the week by week format offered by The List, is like connecting that firehose to an IV to mainline the...

    It was a bit exhausting to read sentence after sentence about trump, pence, and all their cronies continuously. I had to take breaks often while reading this book but it was worth it because it engraved into my mind what has happened (and gives one a lot to think about in terms of what...

    I read every page of this book, which is just what it claims to be a list of the Trump assaults on democracy. It is not in narrative form. There are summaries of each of the 52 weeks in year one of the Trump regime. I will probably reread the book when I have time this fall. It is not ...

    I'm sorry I couldn't get through this book. It's too horrifying. I was shocked at how much I forgot, because scandal after horror just keeps coming. A few things I don't think I even knew about and wanted to research further, but didn't allow myself to go down that rabbit hole. It'...

    This is the ultimate people's guide to the Trump presidency. It captures each heartbreaking, incomprehensible, criminal or downright moronic moment of this administration. I believe this will be viewed as the Samuel Pepys' diary of this piece of American history. Ms. Siskind's dedicati...

    A good accounting of Trump politics. First half of the book was easy to get through. The second half was not. That was probably because my head was just spinning from reading all of the past two years of Trump in a few hundred pages. ...

    I raged, I screamed....I cried. There has been so much in one year, so much damage and so much breaking. Yet it is important. Like the cover says: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you'll remember. ...

    A week by week documentation of the Trump administrations actions in his first year. The book ends in Week 52, November 5-11, 2017. It?s surprising to see the extent of actions and changes from normalcy that were never covered, or barely covered in the media. ...

    I can't say I liked it, thanks to the subject matter. There's an awful lot to absorb. ...

    WOW. It's really scary when you see this week by week changes in print. ...

    steaming compilation of truths ...

    important reading ...

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  • Joye
    Mar 25, 2018

    The List by Amy Siskind is one of the most important books that I have ever come across. I?ve been following Amy on Facebook and Twitter since before the election. It is a must read for anyone who is part of The Resistance to Trump. It?s also a must for anyone who wants our Democra...

    THE LIST. (2018). Amy Siskind. ***1/2. I really don?t know what to say about this book. The author sat herself down and each week noted some unusual occurrence from the Trump administration that she felt was some kind of slur or aberration on American democracy. She duly noted the e...

    Been following Amy?s daily Facebook updates on this book for more than a year. This highly detailed and well-researched book will be required reading in high schools and college in the near future and will give our next generations a day-by-day diary of how this administration perver...