Mark "Foamer" Levin wrote a book about utopias that's 288 pages long. Frank E. Manuel wrote one that's 912 pages long. The difference is not verbosity, it's scholarhip, and Levin rightfully gets smacked around in this review in The Chronicle of Higher Education and the title is almost as good as The Dish's:
'Ameritopia': How Dumb Can Political Philosophy Get?
I guess Levin let Krazy Frank Gaffney make a few suggestions:
(One wonders, too, what Popper would have made of Levin's claim that "it's not difficult to find the germs" of "Islamicism" in the Republic.)