Looking for opinions of Thomas Friedman and his book, From Beirut to Jerusalem.
My current Middle East Professor recommends him but several of his pieces from NYT are full of
Any input will be helpful.
I haven't read that one, "The World is Flat" had some interesting points but he's def. a lib.
He used to be one of the only libs worth reading, a pragmatist with a solid understanding of how real economics work. The World is Flat is an important read, and Beirut to Jerusalem is worth your time. He's kind of gone off the deep end in the past few years though, fell in love with Obama and praising the statist policies of China.