The writer has a long history of polling and from that he has deduced (as Sherlock Holmes would say) what he believes to be the natural extrapolation of facts. The result is a fascinating book that points out 'what led to what,' and 'how it happened'.
The book has 15 Major Divisions:
- Love, Sex, and Relationships,
- Work Life,
- Race and Religion,
- Health and Wellness,
- Family Life,
- Food, Drink and Diet,
- Money and Class,
- Looks and Fashion,
- Leisure and Entertainment,
I've listed them all to illustrate the diversity and number of subjects addressed. Each of the 15 Major Divisions is further divided into 8 or more Chapters (subjects within the major heading), and they are all interesting. Basically they show how small things (acorns) are ultimately responsible for large things (oak trees).