A sort of "Art of War" on the the topic of the more recent so-called "Social Justice Warriors".
Highly recommended, though not necessarily because of its topic. With history and opinion, and descriptions of tactics and rhetoric, it's a fascinating set of opinions, positions and stories. I didn't understand half of its references, but this sort of book reveals a kind of contemporary philosophic writing that I find fascinating.
I read this just after Free Speech Isn't Free - (2016 book), by Roosh V, which I think helped a lot.
- Properly titled SJWs Always Lie: Taking Down the Thought Police
- Published 2015-08-25