1 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Probably a good book in the abstract but for those of us in the real world, not very useful. The book is out-of-touch with reality and seems to take on a niave, inexperienced approach that resonates with Ivory Tower insecurities and paternalism. A much better book in this same genre is Steven Casey's "Set Phasers on Stun." It gets the point across succinctly in an entertaining manner and without all the patronizing preaching from the podium.