The book is very well written but my Kindle edition had a high number of typos.
The "Revolt" is a must read if you are interested in understanding the current political situation and agendas in America and around the world.
My one complaint is that the author doesn’t list specific references for all the statements and books he quotes.
Very detailed, yet easily understood, history of the liberal/progressive movements in the U.S. The dreams they are built on and the damage they have done right up to the current... Read morePublished 1 month ago by James M. Davies
How very ironic that at the time in our history when the Obamas and the Warrens wax poetic about the downtrodden middle class, it is revealed how truly contemptuous of those same... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John H. Dickison
This is more an extended essay on how middle-class values that have made America strong (industriousness, faith, family-insularity, self-discipline, community service) have been... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Donn Headley
Others have criticized Siegel's use of "too many" references. This is one of the book's strengths. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ned May
A very good study of the Liberalism ideology in America, and its hate for the middle class. A very good reading for all Americans.Published 2 months ago by Caroll Garcia
This is a great read for some of us who do not know how Liberalism started years ago. The history of liberalism and in my opinion is on an agenda to change the AMERICAN DREAM. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jim