Clearly this reader hasn’t been following the reviews:
I just finished about the first third of the book. It’s very good. It’s something that will certainly be used to dovetail into a more honest discussion about the migration of both liberalism and socialism over the past century. However, I notice you seem to feel the need to be overly defensive from time to time stating, for example: ”. . . FDR’s sins sere nowhere near those of Hitler or Mussolini.” I understand why you wrote that but it’s insulting that you would have to. Are some people so disingenuous that they’d try to malign you for generalizing Hitler, Mussolini and FDR with the same brush? …as though they’re identical? Ugh.