"There is brutal candour in Reed's argument, which often feels refreshing in light of the euphemisms and platitudes typically expressed in both polite discourse and the media's self-scrutiny . . . Whether or not one agrees with Reed, one can only be entertained by his gleeful barbs and edgy turns-of-phrase. He names names and shames with derision." Montreal Review of Books
Ishmael Reed is an important American poet, novelist, playwright, and song writer who has taught at Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, and the University of CaliforniaBerkeley. He is author of Japanese by Spring, The Terrible Twos, and Writin' Is Fightin': Thirty-seven Years of Boxing on Paper. He lives in Oakland, California.
This book is little more than a minions point of view on a small minded President and his anti-American views. Garbage from front to back.Published 23 months ago by Bubba
People need to start to understand that our "great" president is not ONLY african american,but also WHITE too.I wonder why people always tend to overlook his "whiteness" for???? Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by SideshowBob
The strength of this book is the muscular polemics of it's author. I wanted to agree with him even when I felt that the object he was defending, namely, President Obama didn't... Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by shopless