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Wolves in Sheep's Clothing: The New Liberal Menace in America Paperback – April 15, 2007
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Marshall takes on some of the biggest names in liberal thought and leaves them bleeding from their own contradictions and posturing. -- Danny Schechter, MediaChannel.org
Marshall's mélange of storytelling, travelogue, and fresh analysis is riveting. Wolves stirs the brain and the heart, making you impatient for all your friends to get reading so you have someone to talk to. A fantastic read. -- Frances Moore Lappé, author of Democracy's Edge: Choosing to Save Our Country by Bringing Democracy to Life
Marshall's skillful narration and willingness to go seemingly anywhere for an interview make Wolves in Sheep's Clothing eminently readable. -- Austin American-Statesman
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Aaron D. Taylor, author of Alone with A Jihadist: A Biblical Response To Holy War
Because the narrative is largely based on sets of interviews with various writers and analysts, separated in space and time, the structure of the book is rather disjointed. It also doesn't help that Marshall himself seems unable to stick to any real conclusion or position - he is quite open-minded, which makes the book interesting and useful as an overview of contrasting points of view on what liberalism (and particularly American liberalism) could mean, but on the other hand Marshall dismisses both the defenders and the critics rather hastily, which is somewhat annoying. He is willing and able to point out the hypocrisy, the bad history, the ideology and so on behind American liberalism: its history of being an excuse for invasions and exploitation, the way 'liberal democracy' is abused to prop up or install American-friendly governments abroad, the failure of the two major parties in the US to be anything other than "the right wings of the Party of Property" (as Gore Vidal puts it in the book), and so on.Read more ›
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Run don't walk..... before the impending marathon of onslaught writing before the election this is the power bar.Published on April 1, 2008 by Alexandra Bennett Morgan
I just finished this book and felt the need to review it (something I almost never do) because I not only did I find it profoundly illuminating but also really, really, really... Read morePublished on March 19, 2008 by Borrego Boy
Very interesting, well written, and disturbing.
Read it, then talk about the elections.