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America's Stolen Narrative: From Washington and Madison to Nixon, Reagan and the Bushes to Obama Paperback – October 17, 2012
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Though Parry clearly favors the Democrats over Republicans (as I do), his very thorough and gripping story suggests to me that no political party nor candidate has any moral compass when it comes to gaining or holding power.
Hard hitting and well researched. the truth can be scary sometimes.
especially about American forefathers cynically employed with a virtually religious
image of their righteousness and infallibility.
That Richard Nixon might do that to subvert Vietnamese peace talks to win the presidency did not surprise me, but to read and see proof that Reagan, HW Bush, and Robert Gates would do so really brought me a great deal of distress.
In the end, I couldn't poke holes in his arguments and documentation. That brought me sadness and gladness.
Sadness that Republican leaders who always trump patriotism would allow personal ambition to harm this nation for political gain. I felt gladness that at least now I know the truth. I also see this same attitude in the current Republican vendetta to subvert President Obama's programs for the sake of regaining power. Observing these real time events makes Parry's book seem plausible.
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EVERYBODY should read this book. Sorta like a small version Howard Zinn's "A Peoples History of the United States."Published 6 months ago by David Neunuebel
The book outlines a story and behind-the-scenes info that no may people know or realize about how things got to where they are todayPublished 14 months ago by tom
I thought it provided some interesting facts, but there is a bit too much repetition. Probably the editor could have done a better job.Published 16 months ago by sara e. greene
A must read. A new slant on American history that is important for every man, woman and child to read.Published 17 months ago by Gretel S Munroe
Only read the kindle sample, and could not even finish that. Incredibly one sided take on the American narrative. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Clearpoint
A book well worth reading to understand the why of today.Published 20 months ago by James H. Chesky