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I have been trying to figure out how to write about this book for years; all I can say, really, is that if you lvoe the Earth, and are trying to figure out how we got into this horrible ecological mess AND you want to read some of the finest writing EVER on this, buy this book.
This man writes poetically, lyrically and with profundity. Where is the NEXT BOOK!!!!
First of all, First Aid is the gold standard for Step 1 review. Memorize all of First Aid and I'll bet you'll get a 250 or above on your Step 1. Second, this edition took care of those 6 pages of errata from the 2010 version. So unless you feel like going through those 6 pages of errata on the First Aid website and making a ton of changes, I suggest buying the 2011 version. I know there will be a list of errata for this version, as Doctors in Training has already put together a preliminary list, but it is a much smaller list than the one from 2010.
This is a very well-researched and well-written book. The author deftly ties together the history of this country in general and the police in particular and weaves into it the decisions of the Supreme Court that address the rights of the police to invade our homes. Unfortunately, the subject matter is very disturbing. Many, many examples are given of heavily armed SWAT teams doing no-knock raids of the wrong house and almost routinely shooting the household dogs, sometimes trashing the house, terrorizing the occupants and then leaving without so much as an apology. I was not aware of the extent of the militarization of the police and it is very alarming to read this book. Through the ridiculous "war" on drugs, we have authorized vast increases in the power of the police. This book is a must-read. Sadly, there will have to be another book on this country's obsession with "wars." We have the war on poverty, the war on drugs, the war on terror, the war in Iraq, the war in Afghanistan, the war of the drones, etc., etc., etc. Have we won any of them???? This book makes it very plain, without explicitly so stating, that we need to let the drug "war" go -- it has become a war against the American citizen.