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Submitted by M Bond (United States), Oct 23, 2002 at 23:14

That is a terribly brief review...So there was no redeeming value, essentially? I can appreciate a negative critique; this book deserved, I believe, something more serious even though Ms. Fallaci is not a specialist; she seems to possess, in at least some aspects, some keen social/moral insight based upon my reading of the article. Found it uneven at times yes, but it seemed to me she also touched upon something basic and very fundamental.
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