Review of SCUM Manifesto

A clear-sighted, lucid message of hope and affirmation for our troubled times.

Seriously, this farrago of resentment, aggression, satire, silliness, rage, and inchoate tripe makes as much sense in the scanned randomized conjugate leaves as it does when read straight through in a bound copy. The manifesto probably ignited some tempers and stood for a set of attitudes appropriate for its times, but Erasmus it isn't.

It was worth what I paid for it.

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