Yes, there's plenty of meat on the bone for a second listen.
It provides a framework from which to understand many peculiarities of culture that separate the various "nations" of America. I think it can provide a more rational way of understanding some of the deeply rooted differences that tend to exasperate without proper context.
If I were to level a criticism, it would be that Woodard gets a bit too personal at the end of the book.
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