This book is timely and packed with information. The author puts our current "situation" in a historical context that proves very illuminating. I will be re-listening to the whole thing.
As a huge fan of the written work, I was very excited to download and listen to the spoken version. The reader does a great job of making what is a very long book into an enjoyable listen.
I cannot recommend the written or audible versions highly enough.
I found the book to be poorly researched with the author constantly "name-dropping" as a way to gain some form of credibility. The author is very proud of himself for reaching some basic conclusions. I was hoping for a Malcolm Gladwellesque book and I got a dud. Did I say the research was poor?
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