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Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025? Hardcover – Bargain Price, October 18, 2011
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Praise for Pat Buchanan:
“Buchanan is an honest writer who … minces nothing except an occasional opponent.”
—The Philadelphia Inquirer
“Nobody turns a sharp phrase, drops an historical reference, or makes a literary allusion as naturally as Pat Buchanan.”
“Buchanan is a muscular writer, fully in command of the English language he feels is under siege. He is adept at linking history, statistics, and the writings of philosophers and economists to proffer forceful arguments.”
—The Washington Post
“Mr. Buchanan … is positively fearless. He is also right.”
—Tony Blankley, The Washington Times
“His approach is that of a true conservative, offering a perspective rooted in American tradition initiated by Washington.”
Praise for Suicide of a Superpower:
"Suicide of a Superpower traces the changes in governance and culture in America that foreshadow a decline of epic proportions. ... Buchanan is no stranger to controversy. Nor is he prone to exaggerate. The crises he describes are real, and he is not afraid to say they ‘may prove too much for our democracy to cope with.’"
--Jack Kenny, The New American Magazine
"A stunning Jeremiad on America’s decline, written with characteristic muscle and wit."
--Timothy Stanley, The Telegraph (UK)
"Buchanan offers an astute diagnosis of America’s problems and gives constructive suggestions to put us back on track."
--Virgil Goode (Former Congressman R-VA), The Daily Caller
"Well-written, well researched and highly persuasive."
--Tom Piatak, Chronicles Magazine
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Top Customer Reviews
What Pat presents are undeniable trends that are in the process of radically transforming America. It's up to us to debate whether these radical changes are good or bad, but we should thank Pat Buchanan for bringing so many of them together all in one place, and for helping to connect the dots to see how they all relate. We all know that these dramatic changes are provoking a series of crises: we'll all be better prepared to deal with these crises if we know what we're up against. What we'll all have to decide is if we want a Christian nation with the moral, economic, and social fruit of such a culture, or whether we want a more relativistic, socialistic, and atheistic nation.
Pat begins in his Introduction with a warning from Soviet Russia: that America is no longer truly a nation, which he defines as "a people of a common ancestry, culture, and language who worship the same God, revere the same heroes, cherish the same history, celebrate the same holidays, [and] share the same music, poetry, art, literature." Pat's thesis is clear throughout the book: America is disintegrating before our eyes. "What happened to the country we grew up in?" It's a question that I, as someone born in 1960 and someone who shares Pat's Christian beliefs, can identify with.
Pat begins his argument in Chapter 1 with an economic argument.Read more ›
Now I must confess that I have been a huge fan of Patrick J. Buchanan since I first discovered him on CNN's "Crossfire" and "The McLaughlin Group" in the early 1980's. As far as I am concerned he has been one of the few prominent political commentators with the courage to discuss the inevitable consequences of such dubious social and economic policies as NAFTA and GATT, the rush to multiculturalism and unchecked immigration. He has been spot on with his prognostications.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pat Buchanan tells it like it is, but do we want to face it. From my view, I see us as too busy, or selfish, to care about our country and the path we are following.Published 9 days ago by Marietta McManus
There exists no irony as supreme as that of having a Native American (in a long-term interracial relationship no less) give you a book by Patrick Buchanan. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Jason Galbraith
Extremely informative and documented. I have read it twice and I am amazed at the knowledge and research it was put in the writing of this book!Published 2 months ago by M.Wayne Parrott
The book was nearly brand new, no marks, no torn pages, nothing. The book is a must read for any True American to readPublished 4 months ago by Orange59
This is a very thought provoking book. Pat give you his unabashed opinion and its brutally honest.Published 4 months ago by Steven D. Slagle