I haven't read the print version. I'd love to be able to access an electronic version when/if it became available for reference purposes. It is a book where you absolutely want to go back and refer to names, events, etc.
Early on in the book, when Mr. Horowitz sheds the light on Columbia University and the New York Teachers Union being arms of the communist party, it was a precious piece of vindication for this conservative patriot. We've known this in our hearts for years (teacher's unions in general), however are continually told what fools we are by the media and public in general when we broach the subject.
The entire account of the Black Panthers and 60's radical movement, as well as Jane Fonda's treasonous behavior. Again, both are either diminished or flat out lied about when the average conservative recounts this part of our history and the ties to the communist/Marxist movement.
A pleasurable, interesting voice.
Sure, but at 18 hours in length, hardly possible in both time and attention span. :)
I am now a full fledged Horowitz groupie. LOL My first Horowitz book was The Shadow Party, which I bought in Nook format and had to 'crack' so to speak to convert it to audio with a computer voice program. I'd love to be able to find The Shadow Party actually performed by someone like Jonathan Marosz, as the computer voice program works, but it is monotonous at many points, aside from the computer's inability to pronounce many of the words. As a real estate appraiser, I spend many hours in my vehicle and the audio versions of books are often the only way I get a chance to 'read'.
Horowitz has an insight to the mind and heart of the left like no other conservative. His intimate understanding of this provides invaluable insight that I wish we could impart into good candidates. It is information that needs to be absorbed if we ever want to win elections that don't accidentally fall into our laps. We conservatives naively want to continue trying to reach the liberal voter's center of reasoning with 'convservativethink', but it is speaking a language they don't understand. Horowitz outlines the 'why' and 'how' providing several 'Ah ha!' moments, and suddenly it will become clear to you why those mind numbing, frustrating debate attempts with your liberal friends and family never get anywhere.
The author takes meticulous measures in developing these characters. I was truly captured while learning about the history of the virus and it's victims. I walked away with valuable truth and facts, without being bored to tears. I read quite of bit of non-fiction, and it's a shame it all can't be presented as well.
I would caution anyone listening to this while driving, when the author begins describing the progression of the disease and the effects on the human body, you may want to pull over.
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