David's writings are prolific and prone to much repetition. Occasionally he relies on his memory, as we all do, for some facts that a little research reveals to be slightly off, but in the main his work hits the target. And for that, he must be continually demonized by the left in order to prevent people from actually reading him. He is a thoughtful critic of the left, and therefore dangerous to read.
Like Whitaker Chambers, he has chosen the personally difficult path of leading a life that he knows entails constant public humiliation. Yet he heroically perseveres.
I give this book four stars since I reserve five stars for books I know I will fully reread. However, I have highlighted passages throughout that I will return to because he has a way of elegantly articulating key insights with extreme economy.
Recommended for those who want to get a survey of his thought without having read his other books.