The Washington Post
Easton tells this story [of post-Reagan conservatism] more inventively, exhaustively, and entertainingly than anyone else.The New York Times Book Review
Easton is a superb reporter.The Wall Street Journal
Ms. Easton is the Dian Fossey of conservatism. She marches into conservative hills to reveal the hidden world of these gorillas in the mist to the liberals back in civilization. Her reporting is impressive.
Jacob Heilbrunn The Washington Monthly
A winner...Easton unites perceptive analysis with lively prose style.
Joe Klein author of Primary Colors
Nina Easton brings a strange and wonderful cast of characters to life in a book that is serious and often hilarious.
About the Author
Nina J. Easton
is a former reporter for the Los Angeles Times.
An award-winning writer, her articles have appeared in The Washington Post, Esquire, The New Republic, The Boston Globe,
and other major publications.