Margaret Cho touches on a broad array of socially critical issues. However, her stand-up comedy style doesn't translate well to a full-length book. Several of her political analyses are painfully naive, even to this liberal reviewer. Audible liberals would be better served by listening to Al Franken or Maureen Dowd, whose books are well-researched.
This book would be appreciated best by those seeking affirmation of fundamentalist dogma. It would not be appreciated by Christians seeking an intellectual discussion of faith. This book is simplistic and boring.
A bit heavy on dogmatic devotion to father/family/community/country/church, but full of character and love, literally from cover to cover.
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