Original and thoughtful treatment of the subject of national identity.
Sharansky is himself a fascinating story and an inspiring human being having bravely challenged the Soviet Union as a political dissident who withstood a long prison sentence for his assertion of his identity, overcoming KGB interrogations, etc without losing his deep sense of human dignity and hope.
This man is a great thinker of our times who is in my view under-appreciated in many ways.
The book is well articulated, and definitely thought provoking - which is what I hope for in a good book.
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