Didn't like it thaaaat much.
All the different examples are interesting, but it's basically just a series of situations which support the author's opinion. I got what he was trying to convey after reading the first couple of scenarios, but I didn't feel like I wanted to read more, so I just skimmed the second half.
I feel like I would've enjoyed just reading the Wikipedia summary more. It's more to-the-point, and obviously shorter.