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I think both conservatives and liberals should read this book.
I think John Dean has written an excellent book explaining the current political situation well and the historical perspective of how we got here.
Some claim that John Dean's book "Conservatives Without Conscience" is a biased political polemic.
John Dean could just as we'll have been talking about the Obama administration. If you read the preface of his earlier book Broken Government it describes exactly what has happened... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Kenneth L. Schroeder
I think this is a wonderful book. As a person who is actively involved in fostering understanding between all types of people it so refreshing to read that even conservatives find... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Laura Tabor-huerta
I have a serious theory left and right are separate subspecies and NOT intellectual choices. This book draws on some research by a Canadian Professor Bob Altemeyer who did some... Read morePublished 4 months ago by B. Speer
Dean, a Goldwater conservative, documents the spiral down into religious extremism and fascism the Republican Party has taken. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Crazy Uncle Doug
In the wake of the GOP losses in Nov. 2012 I became interested in the psychology of the toxic right-wing thinking that was driving the Republican Party. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Andrew H. Berks
Well written from a conservative point of view. Traces the "fall" of the republican party, but also includes a discussion of the missed opportunities of the democrats.Published 19 months ago by Cliona
interesting and good book to read. Having watched the Watergate affair many years ago, what John Dean has to say about the current condition of the GOP is worth a good deal.Published 19 months ago by tbrad
I ordered this product after hearing about the book in my book club. Already reading another book and planning a road trip, I decided to order the CDs. Read morePublished on February 14, 2012 by S. Bloomingcamp
Published in 2005, this book traces the origins of modern Conservatism and raises alarms about what Conservatism has become. Read morePublished on February 5, 2012 by Theresa Welsh