Just out is the latest book by political activist Mickey Z., and like his other works this one is packed with incisive analysis and engaging wittiness. Never reluctant to take on sacred cows, Mickey looks at our political culture and lays bare all of its pretensions and illusions.
Gregory Elich: Your new book, No Innocent Bystanders: Riding Shotgun in the Land of Denial, is book amply filled with food for thought and interesting insight. What were you looking to achieve with this book, and what audience do you hope to reach?
Mickey Z.: I was looking to achieve radical immortality and was hoping to reach all 6.6 billion humans in the process. However, I’d settle for starting a little discussion among those who identify as “leftists” but seem too easily satisfied by Democratic Party propaganda.
Full interview here