I was very impressed with the theory presented in the book. Some of the drawings seemed simplistic and it was definitely not written in the scientific vernacular that can sometimes make a similar work tedious to read. Over all the theory this writer puts forth is definitely worth considering. The book does not delve into the application of his theories into enough detail in regards to sociological and economic implications but rather assumes that his theory makes the implications obvious. I give him a five on the theory presented and consider it a refreshing if not unique perspective.
I recommend this book and I believe it's appeal is to a wide audience, not just to people who are politically against what they percieve as right wing policies.. It contains basic general analysis of what fallacious reasoning is. This book is extremely well written.
A waste of time. Here is a sample "sentence".
I got controlled on the way, which is top say that I was stopped by a ticket inspector, preceded by the usual loud cries of, “Fahscheinen, bitte!” though thankfully I had purchased a ticket having been controlled twice already this month, tickets that were dealt with in the usual way of attributing them to a former English residence, tearing them up and refusing to ever dream of paying them". This book is nothing more than one short chapter of jibberish.