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Caligula for President: Better American Living Through Tyranny

by Cintra Wilson

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I love Cintra Wilson; I may have mentioned this before.

Her writing is hilarious and sort of gruesome, which lends itself well to an examination of the colossal fuckup that we Americans now find ourselves in the middle of.

The only thing is that it seems to have been published right before the last election, and it would have been nice to have that whole situation included.

Denise: It's hard to say whether this would be a good book club book--maybe not if you have a lot of people with delicate sensibilities. But as an antidote to Ishmael it would be perfect. (Though both are pretty lefty, they definitely come at it from completely different perspectives!) ( )
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