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Ron Paul: Father of the Tea Party Paperback – October 21, 2011
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I don't know of any `authorized' biographies of Dr. Paul, but this book, which bills itself as `the unauthorized biography of an unauthorized politician' will be a tough act to follow. There was so much in this book that I did not know, and I thought I knew quite a bit. In this book you see the man himself being shaped. You see young Ronnie as a farm kid in rural Pennsylvania, one of 5 kids. You read of the Paul as an intern being forced to watch an abortion, and the impression that made on him. You read of Dr. Paul the fledgling obstetrician, whose practice had two rules; no abortions and no federal money. Rink and company gives us insight into the kitchen table discussion that resulted in Ron Paul's first venture into politics, and of the concern for sound money that fueled it, and then his defeat at this first venture.
What makes the book (which ends in late 2011 just as my book is beginning) interesting is to see once again Dr.Read more ›
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Dr Paul is no more the father or indeed an uncle to the Tea Party than Leo Strauss is a father or uncle for the neoconservatives. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Richard Burnett
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