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The Trump Revolution: The Donald's Creative Destruction Deconstructed by [Ilana Mercer]

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Editorial Reviews


"Ilana Mercer was one of Mr. Trump's earliest and most vocal and consistent supporters. He's now President-elect Trump, and Ilana was right all along. Ilana has shown us the value of ... not paying attention to the 'sensible' people, and following her conscience. She now finds herself on the winning side of history. There is a lesson in that for us all. When the history is written of these extraordinary times, Ilana will have her page. She has certainly deserved it."--SEAN GABB, Ph.D., Director Of The British Libertarian Alliance, prodigious libertarian writer and scholar. (The Libertarian Alliance, "God Bless Ilana," November 9, 2016.)

"... [T]he best extended analysis yet published of the Trump phenomenon. ... I admit to being green with envy at Mercer's Menckenesque ability to coin memorable phrases describing the empowered fools of our time. Does any contemporary writer do it better? Mercer on the media: 'news nitworks,' the 'idiot's lantern,' 'unsharpened pencil,' 'tele-tarts,' a 'circle jerk of power brokers,' 'one-trick donkeys,' 'celebrated mediocrities,' 'another banal bloviator,' the 'cable commentariat as a cog in the corpulent D.C. fleshpot.'"--DR. CLYDE N. WILSON, retired professor of history, University of South Carolina, editor of The Papers of John C. Calhoun, author of numerous books, including Carolina Cavalier: The Life and Mind of James Johnston Pettigrew and Defending Dixie: Essays in Southern History and Culture. (Chronicles Magazine, "Sounding The Trump," October 2016.)

"Check out the brilliant Ilana Mercer's fascinating book, The Trump Revolution."--A. J. DELGADO, Trump/Pence Campaign Senior Advisor and Surrogate, conservative commentator & columnist, attorney & Harvard Law alum, dog-welfare fanatic, proud Latina.

"A timely and remarkable book."--LESLIE JONES, Ph.D., editor at Quarterly Review, the celebrated British journal founded in 1809 by Walter Scott, Robert Southey and George Canning.

The passionate and stunningly articulate Word Warrior Ilana Mercer explains why Donald Trump has given new hope to millions of Americans demeaned,disparaged and discarded by elites who comprise 'the New York-Washington axis of power.' She truly understands why Trump's message is resonating with millions of frustrated, disenfranchised citizens, and gives voice to their gut-level angst: 'For now, it's safe to say Donald J. Trump is breaking stuff that needs breaking.'"--WILLIAM B. SCOTT,  novelist, consultant, retired Rocky Mountain Bureau Chief for Aviation Week & Space Technology, former flight test engineer, recipient of 17 editorial awards for excellence.

"Mercer is no fan of Obama or The 'W' who came before him, but she thinks that 'Trump is likely the best Americans can hope for.' She's 'not necessarily for the policies of Trump, but for the process of Trump.' This, in itself, is the most interesting of her arguments in a well-constructed book of essays that builds the case for that process. ...
[I]t is a testament to Mercer's muscular writing and clever reasoning that I was able to read her book in a single sitting. That is a compliment in and of itself.--CHRIS MATTHEW SCIABARRA, Ph.D., author of Total Freedom: Toward A Dialectical Libertarianism

"Regardless of where you stand on Trump, everything Ilana Mercer writes is worth reading. One of the great writers of our time."--JAMES OSTROWSKI, libertarian author, lawyer, theorist, activist, and, according to Murray N. Rothbard, "One of the finest people in the libertarian movement."

"Beating the Hillary Hate Brigades (HHB) to the punch with what appears to be the first book published about the political rise of Donald Trump, Ilana Mercer has written an insightful ... history of the ascendancy of' The Donald.' .... The HHB in the media will undoubtedly do its best to rewrite history (i.e., lie) when it comes to how Donald Trump repeatedly exposed them as mostly a bunch of frauds,imposters, and biased political hacks during the primary campaign season. The Trump Revolution sets the record straight on all of this, and more, in thirty-one short chapters, and will be a valuable--and entertaining--fact-check resource. ...'"--THOMAS J. DILORENZO, professor of economics, Loyola College, Maryland, author of the best-seller The Problem With Socialism. (

"In  The  Trump  Revolution,  Mercer gets at precisely what I would like people to understand relative to the Trump phenom. 'Donald J. Trump is smashing an enmeshed political spoils system to bits,' she writes, and indeed, this system and the necrotizing societal parasites who benefit from it deserve, in the moral sense, to be smashed, and must be neutralized ... Perhaps it is the scary-smart Mercer's status as a  non-conservative ideologue, or as  a  non-native to America, that made her uniquely qualified to write this book."--ERIK RUSH, syndicated columnist, author of Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal-America's Racial Obsession.

"Trump  indeed  has  proven to be  a  force of  nature.  Yet  so  too  is  Ilana  Mercer. The Trump Revolution  is  the  first  libertarian defense  of  the  Trump  Process. Mercer,  being  as  much an  enemy  of  neoconservative Republicans  as  she  is  of  leftist  Democrats,  treats  audiences of  all  political persuasions  to  a  work  that is  above  suspicion. The Trump Revolution is  especially  suited  for libertarian  and  conservative-leaning Trump  skeptics.  Mercer,  a  paleolibertarian--i.e. a  libertarian  who  doesn't live  in  a  pseudo-Platonic  dream  world of  abstractions--is  as  concrete  as  can  be  within her  opening  statement,  appropriately  subtitled:  'Welcome  to  the  Post-Constitutional  Jungle.'  As  Mercer reminds  us,  in  a  post-Constitutional jungle,  'a  liberty-lover's  best  hope  is to  see  the legacy  of  the  dictator  who  went before  overturned  for  a  period  of time.'  Over  the span  of  252  pages,  with  an astuteness  that  escapes most  contemporary  popular  writers  whose  partisanship binds  them  to stock  phrases  and  crusty categories,  Mercer  reveals once  more  her  originality as  an  analyst to  'deconstruct'  how  Trump has  waged  a campaign  against  sacred  cows,  'progressive'  and  'conservative'  alike.--JACK KERWICK, Ph.D., ethicist,  political  philosopher,  columnist  at  &  FrontPage Magazine,  author,  The  American  Offensive:  Dispatches  from  the Front.

"The  Trump  Revolution  offers a blistering attack on the pseudo-conservative credentials of Donald  Trump's 'conservative' opponents. In this pungently written study,  paleolibertarian commentator  Ilana  Mercer stresses the close connection  between the rise of the populist Right in the US and the clumsy behavior of  neoconservative  mediocrities."--PAUL GOTTFRIED, Ph.D., retired professor of Humanities, Elizabethtown College, PA, author of After Liberalism, Multiculturalism and the Politics of Guilt, The Strange Death of Marxism, Leo Strauss and the Conservative Movement in America.

From the Author

In her previous book, Into The Cannibal's Pot: Lessons for America From Post-Apartheid South Africa, author Ilana Mercer used the tragic example of post-apartheid South Africa to forewarn Americans of the effects of a shift in their country's founding political dispensation, a shift being achieved stateside through immigration central-planning. America's political class has been tinkering with the country's historical demographic composition for decades. The consequence of the mass importation of poor, Third World immigrants is that America, like South Africa, is headed to dominant-party status, in which a permanent majority intractably hostile to the host culture consolidates power, and in which voting along racial lines is the rule. It used to be that the Democratic Party was this nascent majority's political organ, offering a platform of preferential policies for a voting bloc whose "interests are viewed through the prism of racial affiliations." But, as election year 2016 has shown, the Republican Party is vying for a similar mantle. As sure as night follows day, the American democracy is destined to resemble that of South Africa, where a ruling majority party is permanently entrenched, and where voting is characterized by "a muscular mobilization of a race-based community," with a marginalized minority consigned to the status of spectator in the political bleachers. The Trump revolution, suggests the author, might be the last chance for America's historic, founding majority, and those who identify with it and value its legacy, to reverse the process.  

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  • File size : 3070 KB
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 266 pages
  • Publication date : June 28, 2016
  • Publisher : Politically Incorrect Press (June 28, 2016)
  • ASIN : B01HQN8V6I
  • Language: : English
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Lending : Enabled
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