Nowadays, depends on your political stands, it's easy to be cynical or credulous when reading a book like this. Is it possible to embrace her book and her ideas if you politically oppose her party? Is it possible to criticize her messages if you align with her politically? I think it's still possible but it will be a rarity. I believe most people will rate it based on their political affiliation.
So it's natural I will not be the rare case in this instance. Ten years ago, when Obama was elected the president of the United State, like many people, I was elated and hopeful, even though I was too young to understand the politics of things. Two years ago, when Trump was elected, I was disillusioned and disappointed. And I still am. The trust of the system and its leaders was lost. So, it is fair to say, when I was reading this book, I read it as a skeptic. I distrusted her purpose of writing the book, I distrusted her attitude and her messages. I just couldn't bring myself to trust her simply because she is an "insider". So I read everything with a grain of salt and not surprisingly, it was not a particularly beneficial experience for me.