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Initial post: Oct 17, 2006 9:36:56 AM PDT
Isn't it interesting, no matter who writes a "political" book, be it a liberal, a moderate, or a conservative, how reviews split along philosophical and political lines. Conservatives and Republicans all think that books written by the likes of Coulter, O'Reilly, Limbaugh, and others, are great and liberals and moderates think they suck.
The converse is true also. Liberals and moderates think most books by conservatives suck and the books written by liberals and moderates are great or better than others. It's a reflection of the red state/blue state dichotomy that (hopefully) won't lead (one day) to a political "civil war", which would give our enemies reason to attack us again. We'll never agree, except to agree to disagree. But as one song once said "Ain't that America". [pardon the nonstandard English, for all you English majors]. That's why we are how we are and countries like North Korea, Iraq, and others aren't. God Bless America (Blue and Red).

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Politics Lost: How American Democracy Was Trivialized By People Who Think You're Stupid by Joe Klein (Hardcover - April 18, 2006)
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