This book is poignant and in places hysterical. The appropriate people get skewered
from Bill Ayers to the imbeciles who lump the French Revolution with the American Revolution together.
There are some slight errors with the book. There are some quotes that Thomas Jefferson was not exactly supportive of the mess in France. It is true that Edmund Burke knew the difference, but Charles Fox did not. Then again when one reads the full bio of both Burke was a deeper thinker.
The book provides little that I did not know. However, it is presented with an acerbic witty tone. It is okay to laugh at Weathermen blowing themselves up with their own bombs and proclaiming themselves heroes. It is correct to be outrages at a system that hires domestic terrorists in higher ed. Coulter correctly notes more people died at Waco under Reno than Kent State.
If you are a history wonk you won't learn much but you will have a great chuckle in many places. Any book that ridicules Bill Ayers is worth reading.