This explains a lot of the disinformation I have heard for the last 50 years. The people who have dominated the discussion, and gotten the ink were paid shills of the right wing, rich boys club.
Amazing how the term "follow the money" can be applied to most anything in politics and daily life.
Naomi Oreskes does an in-depth analysis of her subject with dignity and professionalism. She is of exceptional character and credibility.
Unless you are a rabid tree hugging liberal who believes that Obama, Pelosi, and Reid are the salvation of America, this book is a waste of your money.
If your IQ is higher than Velcro shoe laces level, you'll be seriously disappointed by this analysis.
Full Disclosure: I am a libertarian. I enjoy reading books from all sides of the political spectra. I disagree with most of it. But there is a kernel of truth in each side of the argument, and there is much to learn from entertaining ideas different from your own. This book is not that... This book is a diatribe of nonsense; liberal drivel.
No. Maybe another Author. I was hoping to be enlightened, but was disappointed.
Confidence in my beliefs, not the ones promoted in this book.
Evidence given to support the author's belief is anecdotal.