15 February 2021

Monthly Review, Mon, 15 Feb 2021 13:00:43

On this day our choice is Jason Hirthler’s “The Sins of Empire” (https://t.co/GMzonxDbap). Sins is a challenge to our prejudices, an intriguing contribution, and if we’re going to declare our praises with certainty we’re maintaining it on our lists. Here we found benevolent ideas that are exceedingly eye-opening in their understanding of the world. If you’re as good at recognizing it as us, you ought to begin by reading how politics readers reacted. In the words of an impressed buyer, “This is an honest critique of this country’s disastrous foreign policy. Mr. Hirthler pulls no punches and takes no prisoners. He excoriates a sitting president along with many other politicians and media hacks. The author uses wit and sarcasm to make his points. While this reviewer may not embrace all of the author’s opinions, Mr. Hirthler challenges me to rethink my own.” Well, now we’re done you might as well go the whole way and search for a copy of the book yourself. If not, you’ve upset us, so stay with us for the next book choice by subscribing for email updates.


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