I never really considered liberals' mob-like behavior as much as I did after reading this book.
In Ann Coulter's Demonic: How the Liberal Mob is Endangering America, Coulter gives an in-depth description of the liberal mob's history - from the French Revolution to the purging of the Bolsheviks to the infamous Weather Underground (whose members now work as presidential advisers and members of faculties at the nation's premier universities).
This is most likely her best book. It differs from the others for its historical research as well as psychological input. The book, which is essentially structured around analysis from groupthink expert Gustave Le Bon, exposes how mob-like some on the left really are. Even Le Bon cites the high desire of a mob to surround a "messiah" (Obama?) and ultimately think without reason ("Universal health care cuts costs!").
In a nutshell, 3 reasons why you should read Ann Coulter's Demonic:
1. Not just for Republicans
I have a feeling many Libertarians will enjoy this book. Godless isn't necessarily sitting on their bookshelves, but Libertarians may enjoy Coulter's analysis of mob history. In general, I would think anyone who isn't a member of the "liberal mob" wouldn't have an issue with her analysis, from the French Revolution to present day. If I know one thing, the book criticizes the stereotypical mob, and libertarians don't belong to it.
2. Historical analysis
The two best chapters within the book are entitled "The French Revolution: When Liberals Attack" and "The French Revolution Part Deux: Come for the Beheadings, Stay for the Rapes." Having recently studied the French Revolution, I was surprised as to how accurate and detailed this section was, from the storming of the Bastille to Louis XVI's unsuccessful flight out of Versailles. However, this section differed from my personal education on the French Revolution for its emphasis on how bloody the Revolution really did become. I never knew how the mob tormented Marie Antoinette with heated sexism, nor how many people lost their heads to the guillotine, nor how the mob brainwashed Antoinette's son to tell the jury that Antoinette sexually molested him. I guess I accredit this lack of knowledge to my public school education. I remember during an episode of "Real Time," Bill Maher once said that America's founding fathers never believed in God, that they would have "hated you guys [tea partiers]." I originally thought, again from my public school education, that Maher was partially wrong, and our founding fathers were deists (at least that's what my textbook said...). But again, Coulter proved that our founding fathers were Christians who embedded their belief in God in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, and prayed before God prior to going to battle.
Part of the reason why young conservatives love Ann Coulter so much is because of her comedic style. She can efficiently write a well-researched, serious book while also throwing in a joke or two. There's nothing that can compare to how, according to Coulter, Democrats dislike "teabaggers" but will never dislike the sexual act of teabagging...