1. The best point of this book is it brings together some off-beaten-path view of the US actions since 9/11
2. The worst point is its examination of these views is fundamentally flippant, and repetitive. The author loves his own shallow insight so much that he repeats them tiresomely as if simply repetition gives it weight it does not carry through its actual substance.
No. It covers a interesting topic, and its poseur treatment makes me want to read a real book.
Not much, except for the ability to go through it during driving commute
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