It's really good. When I feel compelled to send the entire 1st page of the 1st chapter to a friend who works in a non-profit because it says in one page what his career is about, it's a pretty special thing.
It's also a nice view that doesn't pull punches about who is to blame, and the book somehow seems apolitical in the sense of American parties, because both of them are terrible.
So far, this book is the answer I've always wanted when hearing the results from yet another study on poverty by a researcher stuck in a Cassandra-like cycle of doing the same study over and over again, with the same results. This book is a bit mad, but it still has the data, and it's a bit disappointed.
Very much enjoying.