America: A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction Topics for Discussion

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America (The Book) is an explicitly comedic book but contains real-world political commentary. Do you think its satirical style helps to illustrate its serious points more effectively?

To what extent is America (The Book)'s description of American political institutions accurate? Is it easy enough to separate the true claims about the institutions from the jokes?

How even handed is the book? Do you think it leans towards one end of the political spectrum? If so, what end? And how do you identify this?

To what extent is the book's description of the influence of money in elections and lobbyists and pork in the legislative process accurate? In fact, what is the description? Explain in detail.

Explain in detail the book's conception of the proper role of the press in a free and democratic society. Why is the book's criticism of how the media...

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