Doug Howard is professor of history at Calvin College.
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This book was read by my book club at my church earlier this year. The book sparked great discussion among us. None of us believed that this book was fraud. We are all entitled to our own opinions, but I am cautious in expressing that a memoir that someone has written is fraud.
I believe that after having read this book I understand a little better the deep hatred that people from certain countries have towards American's. It is a hatred that goes beyond anything I've ever encountered in my world of central Texas. Although it is still shocking to me that this hatred is nurtured in the home. I believe that the writer's aim was in waking up American's to the fact that there are people that hate us and want to annihilate us. We've forgotten 911---maybe not forgotten but it has become a thing of the past for many.
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