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Jon Stewart Writing Styles in America: A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction

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Perspective

The author of this book, Jon Stewart, is a comedian who hosts the show, The Daily Show. The Daily Show is a comedic take on the politics and current news of the day. Jon Stewart has taken the satiric nature of his show and applied it to a textbook type of book about American Democracy. Jon Stewart is an appropriate author for this sort of book because the subject matters follows closely the type of comedy done on his show on a regular basis.

The intended audience for this book would most likely be fans of Jon Stewart's show as well as people who find a satirical view of American Democracy amusing. The book is presented in a textbook style with more charts and pictures than text, leaving lots of room for simple jokes and often offensive pictures. This format is designed to not only make fun of...

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