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Posted May 28, 2000
It's a true accomplishment to compress so much misdirection into only 305 pages. The first half of chapter two, in which the author draws on his own experience to show why NASA programs are inherently so poorly run is excellent. Beyond that the book is largely a compendium of tortuously contrived reasoning with that twisted logic so beloved of itinerate liberal Congressmen, as they struggle to reach a pre-supposed conclusion without a cogent basis. The positive aspect of the book, aside from the inherent interest of the subject, is that it is glibly written. It is such a poor treatment of the subject that I would expect it should inspire men of even extremely modest attainments to go out and produce something better, they easily could.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.