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Posted October 18, 2011
Pause.., and consider the import.
Ilana Mercer's extrapolation of the South African experience to the U.S. is startlingly cogent. As is her assumption of ominous portent couched in our current political rhetoric and economic travail. If you choose musicians as your favorite philosophers, as so many seem to, read it while listening to Bob Dylan's "Political World," and fill in the details using her impeccable logic. Ms. Mercer's eloquent critiques, in a tongue employed like Cyrano's foil, is a heroic attempt to tell the truth about S. Africa, preserve our own liberties, and save her new nation from the possible apocalypse coming to your neighborhood, as it did to her's. Don't laugh too loudly at that last as yet, or before you do, read this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 10, 2012
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