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Describe Mayer's overall tone toward the Koch brothers throughout the text.

While the book is obviously critical of the Koch brothers and their political involvement, Mayer's tone is not bitter, angry, or judgmental. Rather, she employs an informational, historic tone seemingly free of personal interjections. There are points of her writing that stand out as a manifestation of her own beliefs, but overall it seems that she is careful to maintain a factitious tone.

Are Mayer's references to George Soros and other well-known liberal financiers enough to balance the scale of her argument?

As noted above, Mayer attempts to remain non-partisan throughout her book. While this is admittedly difficult in a book dedicated to the far-right, she attempts this by both employing a neutral tone and including instances of dark, outside money on the left as well. For example, Mayer highlights that in 2007, George Soros and his...

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