Thus, the facts of the case against Trump are there to be recognized by Frum, a senior editor at The Atlantic (full disclosure: also a mentor to this reviewer), although no one else has recognized them so systematically and arranged them so convincingly.The embryo of this book was Frum’s Atlantic essay, “How to Build An Autocracy” that appeared after Trump took office.
Chris Mooney is a journalist focused on the intersection of science and politics.
An avowed liberal, he seeks to explain his critique of conservatives in psychology and biology.
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The plot finale is unconvincing and the autobiographical element seems to be the product of a writer in the grip of a bout of self-satisfaction.
They presented him the words: ‘And this, too, shall pass away.’” Today this melancholy prophecy may seem alarmist, considering that the American republic is no longer beset by the supreme challenge of secession and disunion.
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