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Not very cogent or inspiring,
This review is from: The Myth of Choice: Personal Responsibility in a World of Limits (Paperback)
The first point to make is that this is by Law Professor. The second is that he is an American.
These points are relevant because the potentail UK reader should be ready for a lot of discussion of American legal cases, baseball umpires' decisons, and US political appointments.
Ultimately the book comes to no particuarly striking points. The writer urges us to be aware of our cultural bias in making decisions. Fair enough, but there's a lot to wade through to get there.
The front cover quotes from a review in the Boston Globe that it is "tightly argued". Is that a good enough reason to read it?