Bruce Reed writes a daily political column for Slate and is the editor-in-chief of Blueprint, the leading magazine of new Democratic ideas. In 1992, Reed helped write Putting People First, the bestselling book on Clinton's agenda. He is President of the Democratic Leadership Council.
Both Rahm Emanuel and Bruce Reed served as top aides in Bill Clinton's 1992 and 1996 campaigns and held top policy jobs in the White House.
A Rah! Rah! We-can-do-it pep talk that takes constant swipes at Conservatism but is adrift in its own solutions for solving America's problems. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steven Mark Snell
The author seems to think that socialism is the answer to our problems.Published 5 months ago by Frederick H. Rice
Big Ideas for Rahm...nothing special here, just didn't really leave any lasting impressions. Rahm is a great politician but I don't consider him someone I strive to be more like.Published 20 months ago by B. Hamlin
This book is important only to research the depth of common sense and economic thought dwelling within typical democrat/progressive leadership. Read morePublished on September 2, 2012 by Frank Grant
This man is sick. Must have had a horrible childhood. He is a Marxist through and through. Dangerous to our country.Published on November 21, 2009 by L. Richards
Besides being a political hack piece, it lays out the plan to destroy liberty and freedom and enslave the American population in a new neo-marxist/fascist state that appears to be... Read morePublished on November 21, 2009 by Bill Baggins
Good book but the subject and "The Plan" is NOT good for a Capitalist Society.Published on September 22, 2009 by James R. Boy
He promises total federal tax intake for a couple making $100k or less to be below $10K. I am sure we will see pigs flying much sooner.Published on May 14, 2009 by Does Not Matter
The only thing I needed to read in the Plan was Emanuel's misquotation of "freedom isn't free" which we know means that to maintain our freedoms, we need to fight to keep them. Read morePublished on April 3, 2009 by Angie C