D’Souza’s soulmate

In his new book The Enemy At Home, Dinesh D’Souza has written something worse than a bad book. He’s written a rotten book. That’s the essential point I was trying to make in my New Criterion essay on it. I don’t think any of the book’s many prominent reviewers has quite done justice to the book’s rottenness.
In a revealing passage toward the end of the book D’Souza sums up his view of America’s potential friends in the Muslim world versus America’s “enemies” at home. D

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