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4.0 out of 5 stars Perhaps Michael Moore's greatest work yet, 10 Jan. 2003
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This review is from: Stupid White Men: ...and Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation! (Paperback)
America is a land with disintegrating environment, an unelected Government of moronic, corrupt and self-important charlatans, a culture of ignorance, especialyl about the wider world, and prides itself on justice and concern for African-Americans when it is in fact guilty of the exact opposite. All this and more is exposed by Michael Moore, in savegely funny style.
The exact facts of the elecetion campaign- the removal of scores of black voters from the Florida electoral register, achieved by a Republican senator working with Jeb Bush, the confusing ballot form which led many Jews to mistakenly vote for a right-wing Anti-Semite when they aaimed ot elect Al Gore, and the efforts to corrupt the military vote- are galling for anyone who believes in American Democracy, and the mentions of Enron involvement take on extra severity now that millions have lost their savings in the whole fiasco.
His seciton about how he fears white people is hilarious, especially his suggestions for black people to place 'whites only' signs in places where black people are essnetially denied entry, and his questionas to why the violent lyrics of Bruce Springsteen and The Dixie Chicks are not criticised in the way rappers are. Gee, let me think.....
He also looks at international issues from a sideways perspective. The notion that the problems of Northern Ireland can be solved by everyone going Catholic, and his list of reasons why they should, is tongue-in-cheek and should be taken as such.
The final chapter is also amusing, detailing his history of involvement with Ralph Nader, and expressing his voiew on how unfair the public have been in accusing him of costing Gore the election. Perfectly true, and a finning finale to a book for everyone who fele the spirit of the 60s still alive.
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