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HALL OF FAMEon June 12, 2011
Ann Coulter has once again proved herself to be a powerful, cutting edge force within the American political landscape. Never hesitant to speak her mind nor shy away from controvery, Ann has outdone herself with the release of 'Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America.' As always, her attacks on the liberal mindset are ferocious and unrelenting, her facts fastidiously researched and her humor blunt and uncompromising. It will have the conservative reader cheering and the liberal foaming at the mouth, which is usual for her but I think just a little more than usual this time.

What makes this particular book so appealing to me and culturally pertinent in general is the manner in which Ms. Coulter has inserted the contemporary Left into the social psychological framework of Gustave Le Bon's classic 'The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind.' Her reconstruction and analysis of the mob mentalitiy and how it's so effectively being used today is sheer genius in my estimation. It answers so many questions that have bothered me for some time. Now it's all beginning to make sense. Thank you Ann!

Note: If you'd like to continue your exploration into how the liberal Left is utilizing groupthink and mob tactics to further their radical ideology I recommend you read 'The New Thought Police' by Tammy Bruce. Written ten years before Ann Coulter's 'Demonic', this insightful, expertly presented analysis reveals the same disturbing mind control processes at work in contemporary American society and serves as the perfect companion volume to Ms. Coulters' latest release.
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