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This review is from: The Darwin Wars: The Scientific Battle for the Soul of Man (Paperback)
Count the number of times Dawkins et al are quoted, mentioned, or have misunderstandings about their ideas extensively "clarified" by the author.
Then count the number of times Gould et al are quoted, etc.
I haven't done it, but I will bet $5 that the ratio is at least 10 to 1 in favour of the Dawkinsians. Got to page 150 of 200 or so pages and really started to wonder, "Okay, when does the presentation and defense of Gould's ideas start?".
As a member of the "general public", apparently the target audience for this book, I learned very little about Gould, other than personal details and repetition of dreadful insults.