From Publishers Weekly
Former speechwriter to presidents Reagan and Bush, Noonan (What I Saw at the Revolution) reflects on single parenthood, the 1992 presidential campaign and her deepening religious faith.
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From Library Journal
Former Reagan speechwriter Noonan follows up her best-selling What I Saw at the Revolution (LJ 3/15/90) with another candid take on the current cultural and political landscape. Although not the "insider" she was in the Reagan years, Noonan still champions the conservative cause. She links most of America's problems to the decline of family and spiritual values, resulting in the breakdown of societal norms and political cohesion. At the same time, she relates her own search for a spiritual connection through Bible study and prayer. Even if you don't agree with her political views, Noonan's direct and lyrical writing makes for enjoyable reading, even for a confirmed liberal. Buy where her previous book did well, or where fans of perceptive political commentary exist.--Pamela R. Daubenspeck, Warren-Trumbull Cty. P.L., Warren, Ohio
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