Yes, but only if they are unable to read in print.
Thomas Jefferson: Often touted by the political right as an authority with respect to the evils of Big Government and routinely ignored by the same for his heretical writings and warnings on the commingling of religion and (American) government.
Is Knighton Bliss a person or machine? Without solid evidence of the former it'd be easy, based on his reading of this book, to conclude the latter. Bliss's mechanical text-to-speech reading is often difficult to follow without multiple replays or, even worse, references to the print version. The 'reading' of this title would have been a far more meaningful (and comprehensible) experience if from Mr. Dershowitz's mouth.
Further impetus to maintain a check on the religious-right's unwavering attempt(s) to undermine the wall of separation.
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