I got the book in the mail and was surprised at the depth of its sections on Rome's relationship with its sister churches. The sections on what happened after Vatican II were not all that new to me, but he presented it in a context different from other Catholic traditionailists. Dr. Hull categorises all the various Eastern "separted churches" (Byzantine, Oriental, Jacobite/Nestorian) under the broad banner of "Orientals" and describes how the Latin church vandalized all of these other rites, centuries before they destroyed their own. He described the Maronites as the "first Uniates" and described the process of "latinization" with them. There's additional sections on the assault on the Syro-Malabar liturgical customs and the Syrian Jacobite Catholics and the Melkites. After having undone the missionary work of SS. Cyril and Methodius, there were sections on the successful attempts to Latinize the Slavs everywhere except Croatia, where they managed to hold on to the Old Slavonic Roman liturgy. There's a lengthy quote from Alexis Toth on a meeting with bishop John Ireland, describing the American Ruthenians as a group with no support either from Rome or their compliant Greek Catholics hierarchs in the old country. They really had nowhere else to go except to the Russian Orthodox. Toth's canonization a century later is described as an ecumenical setback, and lays the blame squarely at Rome. The central thesis is that Roman imperialism and ultramontanism hatched the modernist egg of the Novus Ordo.