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About the Author
- ASIN : B07G74WLVN
- Publisher : Basic Books (March 5, 2019)
- Publication date : March 5, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 1505 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 389 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #97,442 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I love VDH, the best contributor at National Review and a wonderful professor from CSU Fresno. This book is a very calming read and cuts through the B.S. constantly blasted on TV.
I’ve read all of Hanson’s work and they do not disappoint -he wrote a book (Mexiformia) years before anyone else noticed we didn’t have as much as a fence along much of our border.
Hanson lays out an argument that "explores the nature of a divided country", exposes the "anemic alternatives" in the Republican primary and general election, "examines the larger themes that framed his political agenda", and assesses the volatility of his Presidency. After reading this book, I found Hanson's argument to be well-analyzed and measured. He does not hide from the arguments of the President's critics. He acknowledges "Trump's sins", and addresses why they did not factor more heavily in the election. In a world where so much of our political commentary is sensationalized, I found Hanson's book to be refreshing. Hanson is a Trump supporter and acknowledges as much in the Preface. Many readers may not be convinced by Hanson's argument, which is understandable, but it is an effective argument nonetheless. I found this book to be the most well-though out, measured argument for what happened in 2016 and why Trump's message resonated with so many Americans. I think this is a most worthwhile read, and would recommend it to anyone wanting to have a better understanding of why President Trump rallies the support that he does.
Top reviews from other countries
VDH has been one of my favourite columnist for some time. He seems to be one of the very few writers able to navigate his way through the labyrinth of American politics objectively.
Like much of his work this book will be revisited as an accurate account of this period in US history.
I’m looking forward to Season Two and the final analysis.
PS My Advice to all politicians is to ditch your expensive, know nothing Special Advisors and start listening to VDH
Why so good?
1. Dr Hanson is an intelligent, insightful and reflective academic. (There are fewer and fewer of those these days)
This book draws on many sources of fact to comprehend and analyse. This make the subsequent synthesis and evaluation both authoritative and checkable.
2. The author draws on ancient history, literature and recent history to create a narrative that sets the striking improvements Trump has created and the evil he faces from the 'Swamp' in a clearly understandable manner.
3. Anyone interested in the necessity to have disrupters who challenge anti-democratic charlatans and cheats such as; the Obamas, Clintons, Bush, McCain, hard left media MSNBC, CBS, BBC, CNN, ITV .... et al and the now-communist-leaning US Democratic Party will get a more comprehensive understanding of how to bebunk their attacks on democracy.
This is a well balanced, well written authoritative account of why the free world needs a Donald J Trump.
(I also thoroughly recommend 'The Politics of Corruption' by Peter Schweizer. )
If you're fed up of being told what you should believe about Donald J. Trump's presidency and would like to make up your own mind then read this book. You might be surprised what you find out. He ain't all bad ...
A great read, written by a brilliant historian.