What 2 Deep-Dive Books on Kavanaugh Taught Me About Truth in the Trump Era
Reading both books in the same week felt like déjà vu all over again.
"I got a master class in just how deeply one’s background and ideology can shape a version of events—the facts find a way only to marshal themselves around the hypothesis it seems likely the authors had to begin with."
One of the most thoughtful and intellectually honest reviews I've read in a long time. By
This is a nuanced, carefully thought out piece about a highly emotional matter; so I expect the author to be assailed for daring to offer anything other than black and white conclusions. Worth your time.
Cynthia P Garrett
“It is possible to be badly behaved when drunk and not commit sexual assault [or] ... not remember due to alcohol blackout.” It’s also possible to be a drunk 15 yr old whose memory’s been distorted over 30 yrs by social/political beliefs.
some credit here: she makes a real attempt at objectivity, which means she comes away unconvinced all around. "What 2 Deep-Dive Books on Kavanaugh Taught Me About Truth in the Trump Era"
Rabbi Josh Yuter
Not sure why the link was deleted, but here's the powerful and sobering story