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Roy H. Ginsberg is professor of government at Skidmore College
Posted January 25, 2010
Simply put: This book is awful. I have tried and cannot adequately put into words how bad it is. The author should be ashamed of himself for writing thi garbage. The book often times lists the same information twice which only confuses the reader and somehow manages to provide no actual insight into the subject. His sentence structure is unnecessarily verbose at best, and truly abhorrent at worst. Say nothing of the fact that the book has about 100 abbreviations the author uses liberally throughout the text with only the initial reference and a glossary of terms at the start of the book to denote meanings.
Finally, the book is just incredibly short cited on subject matter and completely ignores certain areas of theory and scholarship with no clear reason as to why. This oversight is especially abhorrent when one remembers the author often includes the same information TWICE within a page of each other.
Inexcusable and terrible.