It also makes one look at oneself to see if you find yourself as part of the problem.
This somewhat masturbatory screed does not offer sound reasoning, does not pose convincing arguments, and it's very tiresome to read.
The book is very well written--I had a hard time putting it down, reading for hours without a break.
This has been my personal philosophy as a teacher. I have witnessed the death of grown up,behavior in society, our elected officials and President. Read morePublished 25 days ago by S. Olsson
SUPERB! Connects our current vulgar culture with PCness, Obama and American decline. MUST read!Published 27 days ago by Martin Perlich
This book explains how we ended up believing all kinds of things that don't make sense. It also helps in understanding other books by Diana West.Published 4 months ago by Robert Winkelman
Diana West clearly did her homework in droves for this wide-ranging and very thought-provoking look at society's permanent adolescence. Read morePublished 5 months ago by DSB
Are you generally sort of conservative yet tired of the typical 'Left vs Right' paradigm as promoted by most 'right wing' media? Want to go a little deeper- a LOT deeper? Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thermionicon
Right off the bat, I began underlining and making notes in the margins. She's identified a decades-old issue which has morphed exponentially into present day. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ann B. Austin
Why has American Society turned topsy-turvy? Many answers lie within the pages of this insightful work. Perpetual juvenility, irresponsibility, no accountability. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Will Baker
She shows why we are going to ____________ in a hand basket. Is it too late to stop? Maybe so maybe no!Published 7 months ago by Dr. Gary R. Sweeten
Diana West nailed her analysis of our decline! Well documented from the very beginning to present day. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rynomom