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Praise for Bill of Wrongs:
“Should make anyone laugh, cheer and roar with rage.”
–New Orleans Times-Picayune
“[Molly Ivins is] wonderfully direct about the costs of our lost civil liberties. . . . Ivins’ voice–in all its drawling, acerbic, storytelling, fearless glory–is stilled now. . . . But her message lives on. And every thoughtful American ought to be listening.”
–The Buffalo News
“With her characteristic acerbic humor, Ivins and colleague Dubose dissect the myriad attacks the Bush administration has made on the Bill of Rights and how ordinary citizens have fought back.”
“Ivins’ own description of the book is spot-on: ‘a hopeful and gladsome romp through some serious terrain.”
–The New York Observer
“A truly compelling read . . . filled with devastating humor and razor-sharp commentary.”
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Posted September 12, 2009
The flow was a little hard to follow from time to time, but overall it was a success. The topics were well researched, but the narrative was rather partisan. Sometimes it seemed to praise Bill Clinton (who deserves none, except I suppose for his Supreme Court appointee), then give Bush the bashing he was asking for from people like Molly Ivins. It wasn't my favorite book, but it was not a waste of time. I would recommend giving it a shot.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.