Did you notice the propagandistic way the book was hyped by all the speculation about who its anonymous author was, and then just in time to hype the paperback, The Washington Post, through the use of a handwriting expert, revealed that the writer, lo and behold, was Klein. As they like to say these days, "Give me a break." The Post is positively allergic to handwriting experts when it comes to such things as torn-up suicide notes and lists of psychiatrists.
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