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Prejudices: Second Series based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This book is a good representative of why Mencken can be loved...and hated...no matter what side of the political spectrum you sit on. For many today, they are only able to quote Mencken by ignoring all the things he said that they vehemently disagree with. Never mind; he's always interesting, even when you want to pitch the book out the window. Well, maybe not quite always interesting. The first essay in this volume was a bit long-winded and not that interetsing, as many of his book critiques aren't. After that, it went uphill rapidly. As usual, packed with quotable quotes.