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  • Stephanie - Excellent book to aid rational decision making during pregnancy

    Reviews that pop up hours or days after a book's release can raise suspicion, so let me begin with a timeline. I read an excerpt of Oster's book on the Huffington Post yesterday afternoon, and immediately downloaded a sample on my Kindle (the HuffPo excerpt is in fact part of that introduction). I was so taken with Oster's refreshingly evidence-based approach that I bought the book...and read it cover to cover within the last 24 hours. I am in the second trimester of my first pregnancy, and have been increasingly annoyed by the "guidelines" or "rules" posed by popular pregnancy books and my caregivers, most of which are impossibly vague and very few of which reference the medical literature. What I so appreciate about Oster's book is that it offers a review of the available data and leaves me to make my own decisions based on that data.

    My sense after reading the 1-star reviews is that most of these reviewers have not read the book (not even the chapter that covers alcohol, caffeine, and tobacco). Although the ad-hominem attacks alone should lead people to question the veracity of the 1-star reviews, the even larger concern with these reviews is that they miss the main premise of Oster's work. This is not a book with "rules" about pregnancy: the only thing it advises women to do (aside from quitting smoking) is to make well-reasoned choices based on the strongest possible evidence. This book is essentially a lengthy literature review that treats its readers as adults who are qualified to make rational and reasonable decisions. I would recommend it with enthusiasm to any reader interested in good decision making.

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  • Kelly Cameron - Not just the audience

    This book is an excellent review of US communications policy and how we got where we are. I advise foreign governments on telecom policy as part of my work and I try to avoid using US practice as an example because it seems arrogant: "Do as we do!" More to the point, this is an excellent lesson of what NOT to do. The audience is captive to monopoly power because the regulator and Congress are captive to big money and its free market religion.