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Kevin Phillips new book, American Theocracy, is a brilliant contribution to the field of political analysis.
I have to give Mr. Phillips credit for creating a meticulously well researched book but man does it ever read like a dry history book.
What makes American Theocracy even more frightening is that Phillips is a former Republican political strategist.
The parts about energy and oil were interesting and informative. Enjoyed the historical perspective. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew Mahoney
This book is a little dated and thankfully with 2 terms of President Obama, some of these topics have not come to pass nor been as severe. Read morePublished 1 month ago by R.L.D.
This book is a little disturbing for me as an atheist. It definitely gives an insight to how politics can be affected by religion.Published 1 month ago by 0x27e1
The below is a review of the unabridged CD audiobook version (not Audible audiobook version)
The author of this book is Kevin Phillips is a long-time Republican speech... Read more
This book is a must read for anyone concerned with the dangerous, naive politics that have brainwashed so many in our country. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Meredith Montgomery
good book, it says alot about oil in politics and religion in politics. I haven't reached the end yet, but it'll probably be goodPublished 9 months ago by book reader
As a Democrat I like the way Kevin Phillips bashes the Republican Party in American Theocracy.
As a Christian I think he is a little too harsh on Christianity. Read more