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The book is based on anecdotes that have nothing to do with the author’s conclusion. Her tone is ill-tempered and nasty. Why would she discourage people from life saving screening? I would not recommend this book to anyone.
I was looking forward to this book after reading a review by another author whose work I respect. Unfortunately, I don't think that author read Ehrenreich's entire book which was one hyperbolic rant after another. I haven't read her other work but if this is an example, I think I'll skip the rest.
Barbara Ehrenreich is author of the 2002 New York Times bestseller Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America. She has written nearly twenty books, and has been a columnist for Time magazine and the New York Times. She has contributed to The Progressive, Harpers, The Atlantic Monthly, Ms., The New Republic, Z Magazine, In These Times, and Salon.com.