Corduroy Books review of The New Hate

Something really nice to wake up to today: An extended essay from Weston Cutter at Corduroy Books about The New Hate and The Fox Effect. “Two books have come out in the past two months which, unfortunately, must be read and considered. Please note that these two books are pretty fantastic—well written, clear-headed, sober; the reason it’s unfortunate we must read them is that they’re reflections of the increasingly shit political world we’re living/suffering through.”

And as if that’s not enough:

“Riveting…The New Hate is, hugely, a useful book—if you’re just coming to (socio-political) consciousness and want to understand how we’ve moved in the ways we have for the past decade+, this book’s where to go.”

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