I can't read in my car so this question does not apply
These questions are pointless
The book tries to figure out groups and individuals thought processes and its relationship to open or closed mindedness.
overall its really good. It does start to get repetitive in the later chapters
A successful developer, having spent about 20 years traveling the world building and providing medical infrastructure for the indigenous mas
What the author essentially argues is that when Democrats disagree with Republicans and won't support the Republicans policies, they are idiots. Hitler tried these tactics in the late 1930s defining Jews and dissidents as rats.
The reader was very good.
99.3% of his biased words.
What the author essentially argues is that when Democrats disagree with Republicans and won't support the Republicans policies, they, the Republicans, are idiots. One of his many beyond-idiot examples? Well, the author not once looked at reality, but based his scientific analogies, by stating on page 87 that 52% to 44% agreed with Al Gore's "Inconvenient Truth" and other computer models, showing the Earth will end about four years now, instead of merely looking out the window. Hence, the Republicans are extremists out to destroy America, if we don't buy carbon credits. Considering Obamacare the author never mentioned the fact that several polls show a majority of Americans to be against the Affordable Care Act, not only during the debate prior to its passage, but even today 3+ years after its passage. So if those Republicans take the same position as a majority of Americans, how can they be extremists? Conclusion, the author contents Republicans are the threat to America. Here the author is that cheap, and intellectually dishonest. It's no wonder his book was endorsed by Salon, The Washington Post, and even the New York Times' silly comment the book is . . . "a vitally important topic and gets it basically right." Hitler tried these tactics in the late 1930s defining Jews and dissidents as rats.
I would raise my 2 Star rating of the story if it turns out this is really a large sample psychology experiment to see if by complimenting liberals on their smartness the book can convince them to conflate the Democratic Party with liberalism, David Frum with credibility, nuclear "waste disposal" with nuclear waste disposal (when there is only "temporary storage") and supporting Obama with Occupy Wall Streets objectives. God I hope the experiment gets negative results!