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Under the polemics, there's heavyweight political and organisational observation.
on 13 October 2017
It's easy to mistake this for a political screed. Some reviewers, who clearly didn't read it, mistake it for a reaction to progress, modernity, or women's rights. In fact the book does not mention any of those.
What the book does cover is the actions of social aggression and control typical of a malignant personality, often narcissistic or sociopathic, within an organisational or social hierarchy. As such even a dedicated soldier of social justice can, if they strip out the polemics, learn a great deal about soft bullying, organisational undermining, and toxicity, masked with morality and smokescreened by emotion.
The book also illustrates the ineffectiveness of simple and open discourse in deflecting or repelling this form of social aggression.
As such, anyone committed to genuine progress and open dialogue needs to read it; the people identified as SJWs - actually passive aggressive sociopaths and narcissists - are just as capable of destroying the Left as the Right, and indeed, may be much further along in doing so.