Jon Stewart Writing Styles in America (the Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction

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Perspective

The perspective of America (The Book) is that of its writers, the host and writers of The Daily Show circa 2004, a satirical left-leaning "fake news" shows that remains among the most popular sources for American news and opinion in the entire United States. The show is hosted by Jon Stewart, a long-time stand-up comedian and television personality whose prominence has increased consistently since starting to host The Daily Show in 1999.

The show aims at satire and so does the book. Consequently, the book is full of humor, bawdy jokes, puns, and is constructed so as to parody the structure of American high school civics books. It also contains a great deal of humor that some book sellers deemed over the line, such as the photo-shopped depictions of the then current Supreme Court justices naked. The book also is true to the show by doing its best to convey...

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