Read any tendentious books lately?

The Jerusalem Post has an opinion piece by Daniel Pipes, who says books make up the heart of the scholarly enterprise. Articles disappear, media analyses vaporize, and classroom lectures effervesce; books endure. They build the edifice of knowledge and potentially acquire an influence across the generations.

He asks:
What sorts of books, then, are being written by today’s top scholars? And answers: a uniform leftist tone of hostility toward established institutions and an embrace of the radical fringe characterize the list.