"A Muddled Manifesto for America" is the headline the Financial Times runs over its review of a new book, Seeds of Destruction, co-authored by the dean of the Columbia Business School, Glenn Hubbard, who served in the George W. Bush administration. The review says the book is "not always convincing" and faults the book's "sometimes overzealous tone," which can be "far too harsh – and needlessly confusing" as well as "off-puttingly militant."
The publisher of the book? The FT Press.
If the FT thinks this book is so off-putting and muddled, why did it publish it?