Anyone interested in public affairs, crisis communication, and political power will definitely gasp at the absurdity by which one single man can influence such a large numbers of people by using non-ethical propaganda techniques.
An academically sound dive into some interesting fields of research within political public relations. However, this book is not an entertaining read.
It's outlandish and eccentric. Many of its claims lack sufficient evidence. But despite all of its shortcomings, the methods have worked for me.