The imperious tone gets to be obnoxious after a few hours, making it less easy to buy the contrarian arguments laid out. The affected narrator makes this tone even more obnoxious. It is possible to disagree with people without sounding so proud. Many sweeping generalizations are made without specific support, further weakening the book's message. This is, however, a worthy read for liberal minds, if only because the contrarian book lacks the venom of most right-leaning books.
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