It's unfinished and I've only read about half of what is there, but I'm ready to declare "Stop me before I vote again"
required reading for anyone who wants to understand contemporary politics in the U.S. If nothing else, it's a model of lucid, clear writing. Fair warning though: the picture it paints ain't pretty.
Excellent read. Chapter 14 was particularly good; aside from anything else, I now think I understand Malcolm Reynolds a lot better. The coverage of FDR's juggling in chapter 3 was a bit cursory, though; I was forcibly reminded of a certain cartoon.
Great shame that the author never finished this.
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