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I have read several of Ann Coulter's works and this is among the best. "Demonic" is very funny and hits on many important ideas, from some fresh angles.
I only have two criticisms:
(1) the term "liberals" should not be used to describe "socialists" but rather the term "liberals" should be taken back by capitalists
(2) it is bizarre that Ms. Coulter professes that a large part of society does not have the "capacity of reason" (which is true) but at the same time thinks that these people should not have the right to have abortions when they accidentally get pregnant
John Christmas, author of "Democracy Society"
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If you could sum up Demonic in three words, what would they be?
What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?
As a fiscal conservative, social liberal who lives in a political no-man's land, Demonic made me think about order vs. chaos in a country that is moving from entrepreneurs to employees and from employees to complete human obsolescence.
Which character – as performed by Ann Coulter – was your favorite?
If you could give Demonic a new subtitle, what would it be?
Almost anything but "demonic." She goes off the deep end in places, but pared down to her observations, and the premise, perhaps, "Political Disorder."
Any additional comments?
I'd love to find a politically neutral book that examines the mechanisms she addresses.