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on December 8, 2009
I totally agree with the main argument of the author. His first chapters are strong. But then the book keeps getting weaker and weaker as he apparently finds it hard to find robust support to reinforce this nice argument. Instead he aggravates the strength of prose and turns his writing into an unnecessary complicated prose. If you have such a nice and strong argument, you should go for strong and simple evidence to support it. Otherwise patience runs until a certain point and one gives up reading the book which becomes repetitive and not so legible. That's what I did on page 178, i.e. stopped reading it. I think I canonly congratulate the author for putting such a brave and provocative title on the book cover but unfotunately can't further my praise to the rest of thebook.
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