New Arrivals · Politics

August 17, 2018
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

House of Trump, house of Putin : the untold story of Donald Trump and the Russian mafia

August 16, 2018
Unger, Craig, author.
New York : Dutton, an imprint of Penguin Random House, 2018.
354 pages, 24 unnumbered leaves of plates : color illustrations ; 24 cm

Em nome dos pais

August 14, 2018
Leitão, Matheus, 1977- author.
Rio de Janeiro, RJ : Intrínseca, maio de 2017.
441 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

Godless citizens in a godly republic : atheists in American public life

August 13, 2018
Moore, R. Laurence (Robert Laurence), 1940- author.
©2018
xx, 236 pages ; 22 cm
"From colonial times into the twentieth century, our laws and court cases ignored atheism, assuming that all good Americans were religious. Americans came to associate atheism with radical social philosophies that advocated violence--especially anarchism and communism. Avowed nonbelievers were derided, even the famous patriot Thomas Paine. Only in the twentieth century, with the passage of laws allowing for conscientious objection to war, did nonbelief enter debates about religious liberty. Still, today every one of the fifty states has God written into its constitution. God is everywhere in American public life: on our currency, in the Pledge of Allegiance, and in the national motto. R. Laurence Moore and Isaac Kramnick explore both God's omnipresence and the dramatic rise in nonbelievers that has led to an "atheist awakening" intent on holding the country to its secular principles"--Provided by publisher.

Fabulous : the rise of the beautiful eccentric

August 13, 2018
Moore, Madison, author.
©2018
viii, 269 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm
The rise of the beautiful eccentric. "I don't want to be boring!" : a conversation with Alok Vaid-Menon -- How to work a look. "I create my own space" : a conversation about fierceness -- Up in the club. "I was born a queen, I've always been a queen" : a conversation with Shaun J. Wright -- What's queer about the catwalk? Paris is burning : a conversation with Lasseindra Ninja -- "Don't hate us 'cause we fabulous". 900 words on Prince.
An exploration of what it means to be fabulous--and why eccentric style, fashion, and creativity are more crucial than ever. Prince once told us not to hate him because he's fabulous. But what does it mean to be fabulous? Is being fabulous only about labels, narcissism, and selfies? Or can acts of fabulousness be political gestures, too? Madison Moore answers these questions in a timely and fascinating book that explores how queer, black, and other marginalized outsiders use style and creativity in everyday life. Moving from catwalks and nightclubs to the street, Moore dialogues with a range of fabulous and creative powerhouses, including DJ Vjuan Allure, voguing superstar Lasseindra Ninja, fashion designer Patricia Field, performance artist Alok Vaid-Menon, and a wide range of other aesthetic renegades from the worlds of art, fashion, and nightlife. In a riveting synthesis of autobiography, cultural analysis, and ethnography, Moore positions fabulousness as a form of cultural criticism that allows those who perform it to thrive in a world where they are not supposed to exist.

Unhinged : an insider's account of the Trump White House

August 10, 2018
Omarosa, author.
©2018
xxxi, 334 pages ; 24 cm
Part one: The Apprentice years. "Make us proud" ; Winning bigly ; The ultimate merger ; Shattered -- Part two: the campaign. The woman problem ; Winning votes and defeating opponents ; Unconventional standards ; Trump vs. Clinton ; Election day -- Part three: The White House. The transition ; Tackled by my teammates ; "I think the president is losing it!" ; The unraveling ; The fall.
Former Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison in the Trump administration, Omarosa Manigault Newman discusses how her personal and professional relationships with Donlad Trump have changed from the time she was a contestant on "The Apprentice" to her public ousting from White House.

The one percent solution : how corporations are remaking America one state at a time

August 9, 2018
Lafer, Gordon, author.
Ithaca, NY : ILR Press, an imprint of Cornell University Press, 2017.
x, 259 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Introduction: a corporate political agenda for the twenty-first century -- Wisconsin and beyond: dismantling the government -- Deunionizing the private sector -- Remaking the non-union economy -- The destruction of public schooling -- Silencing labor's voice : the campaign to remove unions from politics -- Conclusion: populist pushback and the shrinking of democracy.
In the aftermath of the 2010 Citizens United decision, it's become commonplace to note the growing political dominance of a small segment of the economic elite. But what exactly are those members of the elite doing with their newfound influence? The One Percent Solution provides an answer to this question for the first time. Gordon Lafer's book is a comprehensive account of legislation promoted by the nation's biggest corporate lobbies across all fifty state legislatures and encompassing a wide range of labor and economic policies. In an era of growing economic insecurity, it turns out that one of the main reasons life is becoming harder for American workers is a relentless and concerted offensive by the country's best-funded and most powerful political forces: corporate lobbies empowered by the Supreme Court to influence legislative outcomes with an endless supply of cash. These actors have successfully championed hundreds of new laws that lower wages, eliminate paid sick leave, undo the right to sue over job discrimination, and cut essential public services. Lafer shows how corporate strategies have been shaped by twenty-first-century conditions including globalization, economic decline, and the populism reflected in both the Trump and Sanders campaigns of 2016. Perhaps most important, Lafer shows that the corporate legislative agenda has come to endanger the scope of democracy itself. For anyone who wants to know what to expect from corporate-backed Republican leadership in Washington, D.C., there is no better guide than this record of what the same set of actors has been doing in the state legislatures under its control. -- Provided by publisher.

De Gaulle

August 8, 2018
Jackson, Julian, 1954- author.
©2018
xl, 887 pages, 36 unnumbered pages of plates ; 24 cm
Simultaneously published in the United Kingdom as A Certain Idea of France: The Life of Charles de Gaulle.
Part One. De Gaulle before 'De Gaulle', 1890-1940: Beginnings, 1890-1908 -- War: 'A regret that will never leave me', 1908-1918 -- Rebuilding a career, 1919-1932 -- Making a mark, 1932-1939 -- The Battle of France, September 1939-June 1940 -- Part Two. Exile, 1940-1944: Rebellion, 1940 -- Survival, 1941 -- Inventing Gaullism -- On the world stage, September 1941-June 1942 -- Fighting France, July-October 1942 -- Power struggles, November 1942-November 1943 -- Building a state in exile, July 1943-May 1944 -- Liberation, June-August 1944 -- Part Three. In and out of power, 1944-1958: In power, August 1944-May 1945 -- From liberator to saviour, May 1945-December 1946 -- The new messiah, 1947-1955 -- In the 'desert', 1955-1958 -- The 18 Brumaire of Charles de Gaulle, February-June 1958 -- President du conseil, June-December 1958 -- Part Four. Republican monarch, 1959-1965: Algeria: 'This affair which absorbs and paralyses us', 1959-1962 -- Turning point, 1962 -- The pursuit of grandeur, 1958-1963 -- Going global, 1963-1964 -- Modernizing monarch, 1958-1964 -- Half-time, 1965 -- Part Five. Towards the end, 1966-1970: Upsetting the applecart, 1966-1967 -- Diminishing returns -- Revolution, 1968 -- The end, June 1968-November 1970 -- Myth, legacy and achievement.
A definitive biography of the mythic general who refused to accept the Nazi domination of France, drawing on unpublished letters, memoirs, and papers in the newly opened de Gaulle archives that show how this volatile man put a broken France back at the center of world affairs. In the early summer of 1940, when France was overrun by German troops, one junior general who had fought in the trenches in Verdun refused to accept defeat. He fled to London, where he took to the radio to address his compatriots back home. "Whatever happens," he said, "the flame of French resistance must not be extinguished and will not be extinguished." At that moment, Charles de Gaulle entered history. For the rest of the war, de Gaulle insisted he and his Free French movement were the true embodiment of France. Sometimes aloof but confident in his leadership, he quarreled violently with Churchill and Roosevelt. Through sheer force of personality he inspired French men and women to risk their lives to resist the Nazi occupation. Thanks to de Gaulle, France was recognized as one of the victorious Allies when Germany was finally defeated. Then, as President of the Fifth Republic, de Gaulle brought France to the brink of a civil war over his controversial decision to pull out of Algeria. Julian Jackson's landmark biography, the first major reconsideration in over twenty years, captures this titanic figure as never before.-- Provided by publisher.

American hate : survivors speak out

August 8, 2018
©2018
192 pages ; 22 cm
"A moving and timely collection of testimonials from people impacted by hate before and after the 2016 presidential election." -- Amazon.

I [heart] Obama

August 8, 2018
Kaplan, Erin Aubry, author.
Lebanon, NH : ForeEdge, An imprint of University Press of New England, [2016]
xii, 222 pages ; 24 cm
The word "heart" in the title appears as the heart symbol.
Introduction -- Obama the folk hero: what he means to us -- Obama represents -- Obama leads -- Who is this guy? -- Is Obama bad for us? -- Epilogue: I heart Obama.
"In his two terms as president, Barack Obama solidified his status as something black people haven't had for fifty years: a folk hero. The 1960s delivered Malcom X and Martin Luther King, Jr., forever twinned as larger-than-life outsiders and truth tellers who took on racism and died in the process. Obama is different: Not an outsider but president, head of the most powerful state in the world; a centrist Democrat, not the face of a movement. Yet he is every bit a folk hero, doing battle with the beast of a system created to keep people like him on the margins. He is unique among presidents and entirely unique among black people, who never expected to have a president so soon"--Jacket.

The Gutfeld monologues : classic rants from The Five

August 7, 2018
Gutfeld, Greg, author.
©2018
298 pages ; 22 cm
Identity politics -- Law and order -- Hollywood -- Islamic terror -- The environment -- The campus -- The sexes.
"An interactive and annotated collection of Fox News star and New York Times bestselling author Greg Gutfeld's sharp, hilarious monologues on everything from politics to pop culture--updated with new commentary for the current day"-- Provided by publisher.

A future of faith : the path of change in politics and society

August 6, 2018
Francis, Pope, 1936- interviewee.
©2018
viii, 308 pages ; 25 cm
Peace and war -- Religion and politics -- Europe and cultural diversity -- Culture and communication -- Otherness, time and joy -- "Mercy is a journey from the heart to the hand." -- "Tradition is a movement." -- A destiny
Pope Francis met with French reporter and sociologist Dominique Wolton for an unprecedented series of twelve fascinating and timely conversations, open dialogues revolving around the political, cultural, and religious issues dominating communication and conflict around the world, now published here, along with addresses or extracts of addresses given for various occasions during his papacy.

The case against impeaching Trump

July 31, 2018
Dershowitz, Alan M., author.
©2018
x, 150 pages ; 24 cm.
Introduction: The constitutional case against impeaching Trump -- Opening statements: The age of hyper-partisan politics. The partisan show is on the other foot ; When politics is criminalized ; When criminal law is weaponized for political gain ; I haven't changed; they have -- Trump: Accusations and realities. A partisan rush to prosecute Trump ; Why Donald Trump can't be charged with obstruction ; "Corrupt motive" is not a proper criterion for prosecuting a president ; The ruling shows I'm right on Trump and corruption ; No one is above the law ; Does Donald Trump have congressional immunity? ; Rod Rosenstein should not be fired, but should he be recused? ; On criminality and presidential advice -- Mueller and the need for a nonpartisan commission. Why did Mueller impanel a second grand jury in DC? ; Flynn plea reveals weakness, not strength, of Mueller probe ; Trump doesn't need to fire Mueller--here's why ; Desire to "get Trump" risks death of civil liberties ; Does the President have the right to expect loyalty from his Attorney General? ; The Nunes FISA memo deserves more investigation. Time for a nonpartisan commission ; Trump is right: the Special Counsel should never have been appointed -- Accountability, civil liberties, and Michale Cohen. The President has a special obligation to condemn the racist right ; Enough with the anti-Trump McCarthyism! ; Targeting Trump's lawyer should worry us all ; For ACLU, getting Trump trumps civil liberties ; The final nail in the ACLU's coffin ; "Firewalls" and "taint teams" do not protect Fourth and Sixth Amendment rights--we need a new law to protect lawyer-client communications ; The sword of Damocles ; The epic struggle for Michael Cohen's soul and testimony ; Federal Judge rightly rebukes Mueller for questionable tactics -- Trump's legal defense and moving forward. Trump's better off litigating than testifying ; The Trump defense ; You won't have any doubt at the end of this ; Can Trump pardon himself? The answer is: no one actually knows ; Trump will not pardon himself or testify in sex cases ; People confuse my advocacy ; Tweeting with POTUS -- Conclusion.
The author seeks to reorient the debate over impeachment to the same standard that Dershowitz has continued to uphold for decades: the law of the United States of America, as established by the Constitution.

Everything Trump touches dies : a Republican strategist gets real about the worst president ever

July 31, 2018
Wilson, Rick, author.
New York : Free Press, [2018]
viii, 327 pages ; 24 cm

Into the hands of the soldiers : freedom and chaos in Egypt and the Middle East

July 31, 2018
Kirkpatrick, David D., 1970- author.
New York, New York : Viking, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, 2018.
ix, 370 pages : map ; 24 cm
Whoever drinks the water -- City of contradictions : August 14, 2010-January 1, 2011 -- Police day : January 24, 2011-February 11, 2011 -- We don't do that anymore : February 12, 2011-September 11, 2011 -- The first lady and the blue bra : March 8, 2011-December 20, 2011 -- The Theban Legion : May 7, 2011-October 9, 2011 -- How the downfall of a state can happen : July 23, 2011-November 24, 2011 -- Forefathers : November 27, 2011-January 22, 2012 -- Parliament grows a beard : January 23, 2012-May 23, 2012 -- Thug versus thug : May 23, 2012-June 17, 2012 -- The judges club : June 17, 2012-June 30, 2012 -- The night of power : June 30, 2012-November 19, 2012 -- A day in court : July 4, 2012-September 11, 2012 -- President and Mrs. Morsi : November 19, 2012-November 23, 2012 -- Under the cloak : November 22, 2012-December 3, 2012 -- A rumble at the palace : December 3, 2012-December 7, 2012 -- Murder, rape, Christians, and spies : December 8, 2012-March 9, 2013 -- The view from the west : March 12, 2013-April 24, 2013 -- A new front : April 24, 2013-May 1, 2013 -- A dutiful son : May 1, 2013-June 23, 2013 -- June 30 : May 25, 2013-July 3, 2013 -- Coup d'état : July 4, 2013 -- Killing themselves : July 3, 2013-July 24, 2013 -- A lion : July 24, 2013-August 6, 2013 -- Clearing the square : August 14, 2013-August 15, 2013 -- Jihadis in the White House : August 15, 2013 -- Retribution : August 14, 2013-June 1, 2017 -- Deep state : August 14, 2013-June 1, 2017.
A candid narrative of how and why the Arab Spring sparked, then failed, and the truth about America's role in that failure and the subsequent military coup that put Sisi in power--from the Middle East correspondent of the New York Times. In 2011, Egyptians of all sects, ages, and social classes shook off millennia of autocracy, then elected a Muslim Brotherhood president. The 2013 military coup replaced him with a vigorous strongman, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who has cracked down on any dissent or opposition with a degree of ferocity Mubarak never dared. What went wrong? Is the Arab world stuck between military and theocratic authoritarianism? And how did Washington manage to be so feckless and reactive? Egypt has for centuries set in motion every major trend in politics and culture across the Arab world, from independence and Arab nationalism to Islamic modernism, political Islam, and the jihadist thought that led to Al Qaeda and ISIS. The Arab Spring revolts of 2011 spread from Cairo, so Americans naturally look to its disastrous democratic experiment with cynical exasperation; but they fail to understand the dynamic of the uprising, the hidden story of its failure, and Washington's part in that tragedy. David D. Kirkpatrick arrived in Egypt less than six months before the uprising broke out. The book juxtaposes his account of Tahrir Square, the elections, and the eventual coup, with new reporting on the conflicts within the Obama administration over how to handle the tumult. It is the story of Kirkpatrick's education in the Arab world, in a time of revolution and violence.

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah presents The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library

July 30, 2018
©2018
125 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 27 cm
"Comedy Central."
Introduction / by Trevor Noah -- Foreword / by Jon Meacham -- The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library -- Terrific history : the Trump Twitter timeline -- Masterworks. Birth of a birther ; 9/11 haters & losers ; Taco bowls ; Lyin' Ted -- The special relationship : Fox & friends & Forty-five -- Greatest battles. The second civil war ; The Bushkrieg ; The war of masculine aggression ; The battle of bullshit run ; The Diet Coke rebellion -- The nicknames -- Sad! : a retrospective -- The world according to Trump -- Trump vs. Trump -- Elements!!! of style : politics of a president -- Masterworks II. Covfefe ; Nobody has more respect ; Composition in meme and bodyslam ; My button works ; Very stable genius -- Masterwork workshop : the making of a "very stable genius" -- Hall of retweets -- The wall --By the numbers -- Featured collections. I'm the best ; Constructive criticism ; Like a dog ; Holiday cheer ; Wow ; Birther of a nation ; Enigmas of MAGA -- Trumpstradamus -- The jump to 280 -- Masterworks III. Phone tapp ; Due process ; Witch hunt ; Bleeding badly -- War and tweets : the real Russia investigation -- Greatest battles II. Courter's last stand ; Global warring ; The battle of K-Patz ; The problem with those people -- Verified survivors -- Melania Trump : trying to help -- Masterworks IV. Illegal voters ; Born fucked up ; Impeach for gross incompetence -- Forgery alert : "nothing to hide" -- 11 minutes -- You too can be a part of history -- On the cover : Trump crossing the Delaware -- Acknowledgments -- In memoriam : deleted but not forgotten.

Things that matter : three decades of passions, pastimes, and politics

July 30, 2018
Krauthammer, Charles, 1950-2018.
New York : Crown Forum, [2015]
viii, 405 pages ; 21 cm
Selected essays previously published in various periodicals and journals.
"New section: The age of Obama"--Cover.
America's preeminent columnist presents his penetrating and surprising reflections on everything from embryo research to entitlement reform, from Halley's Comet to border collies, from Christopher Columbus to Martin Luther King, from drone warfare to American decline. Features a special, highly autobiographical introduction.

Travelers in the Third Reich : the rise of fascism : 1919-1945

July 27, 2018
Boyd, Julia, 1948- author.
New York : Pegasus Books, 2018.
viii, 456 pages : illustrations (some color), map ; 24 cm
"Without the benefit of hindsight, how do you interpret what's right in front of your eyes? The events that took place in Germany between 1919 and 1945 were dramatic and terrible, but there were also moments of confusion, of doubt--even of hope. How easy was it to know what was actually going on, to grasp the essence of National Socialism, to remain untouched by the propaganda, or predict the Holocaust? Travelers in the Third Reich is an extraordinary history of the rise of the Nazis based on fascinating first-hand accounts, drawing together a multitude of voices and stories, including politicians, musicians, diplomats, schoolchildren, communists, scholars, athletes, poets, fascists, artists, tourists, and even celebrities like Charles Lindbergh and Samuel Beckett. Their experiences create a remarkable three-dimensional picture of Germany under Hitler--one so palpable that the reader will feel, hear, even breathe the atmosphere. These are the accidental eyewitnesses to history. Disturbing, absurd, moving, and ranging from the deeply trivial to the deeply tragic, their tales give a fresh insight into the complexities of the Third Reich, its paradoxes, and its ultimate destruction"--Publisher's description.

Henry Clay : the man who would be president

July 26, 2018
Klotter, James C., author.
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
xix, 510 pages ; 25 cm
"Charismatic, charming, and one of the best orators of his era, Henry Clay seemed to have it all. He offered a comprehensive plan of change for America, and he directed national affairs as Speaker of the House, as Secretary of State to John Quincy Adams--the man he put in office--and as acknowledged leader of the Whig party. As the broker of the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850, Henry Clay fought to keep a young nation united when westward expansion and slavery threatened to tear it apart. Yet, despite his talent and achievements, Henry Clay never became president. Three times he received Electoral College votes, twice more he sought his party's nomination, yet each time he was defeated. Alongside fellow senatorial greats Daniel Webster and John C. Calhoun, Clay was in the mix almost every moment from 1824 to 1848. Given his prominence, perhaps the years should be termed not the Jacksonian Era but rather the Age of Clay."--Dust jacket.

The Pentagon papers : the secret history of the Vietnam War

July 24, 2018
New York, New York : Racehorse Publishing, 2017.
xxi, 810 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
First published in 1971 by Quadrangle Books, Inc.
"As published by the New York Times."
The Truman and Eisenhower years, 1945-1960 / by Fox Butterfield -- Origins of the insurgency in South Vietnam / by Fox Butterfield -- The Kennedy years, 1961-1963 / by Hedrick Smith -- The overthrow of Ngo Dinh Diem, May-November, 1963 / by Hedrick Smith -- The covert war and Tonkin Gulf, February-August, 1964 / by Neil Sheehan -- The consensus to bomb North Vietnam, August, 1964-February, 1965 / by Neil Sheehan -- The launching of the ground war, March-July, 1965 / by Neil Sheehan -- The buildup, July, 1965-September, 1966 / by Fox Butterfield -- Secretary McNamara's disenchantment, October, 1966-May, 1967 / by Hedrick Smith -- The Tet offensive and the turnaround / by E.W. Kentworthy -- Appendix 1: Analysis and comment -- The lessons of Vietnam / by Max Frankel -- Editorials from the New York Times -- Appendix 2: Court records -- Appendix 3: Biographies of key figures.
Published by The New York Times in 1971, The Pentagon Papers riveted an already deeply divided nation with startling and disturbing revelations about the United States' involvement in Vietnam. The Washington Post called them "the most significant leaks of classified material in American history" and they remain relevant today as a reminder of the importance of a free press. Indeed, they are a focal point of The Post, a new film by Steven Spielberg about that era. With a new foreword by James L. Greenfield, this edition of the Pulitzer Prize winning series is sure to provoke discussion about government deception and the public's right to know, and shed some light on issues in the past and present so that we can better understand and improve the future.

The briefing : politics, the press, and the president

July 18, 2018
Spicer, Sean, author.
Washington, DC : Regnery Publishing, a division of Salem Media Group, [2018]
278 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 24 cm

The contest : the 1968 election and the war for America's soul

July 18, 2018
Schumacher, Michael, 1950- author.
©2018
xix, 540 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
The candidates -- The primaries -- The conventions -- The election.
A dramatic, deeply informed account of one of the most consequential elections and periods in American history.

Jerusalem : a biblical and historical case for the Jewish capital

July 18, 2018
Sekulow, Jay, author.
©2018
viii, 338 pages : map ; 24 cm
"In his new book, New York Times bestselling author Jay Sekulow presents a political and historical rationale for the existence of Israel as a sovereign nation. The State of Israel and its very right to exist is a lynchpin issue not only in the Middle-East, but is a critical issue to the world at large. Whether it is the blatant and stated desire of ISIS, Hamas, Hezbollah, or Iran to wipe Israel from the face of the earth, or the more subtle but equally insidious aim to delegitimize Israel's existence through efforts at UNESCO, the goal is the same-to get rid of Israel. Here is the book that defends, Israel's right to exist as a sovereign nation. As Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, Jay Sekulow has fought with Israel hand-in-hand in some of Israel's most strategic, international battles. Now, he has pulled together the definitive and comprehensive look at Israel-one of the world's most controversial nations- and its importance to us as Americans and as a key focal point to the future of the world. He looks at the legal case for its prominence, as well as the historical and political rationale for its existence as a sovereign nation and homeland for Jews today, and encourages readers to stand with him against the hatred, lies, and efforts to delegitimize one of the world's oldest nations."--Amazon.

Believe me : the Evangelical road to Donald Trump

July 17, 2018
Fea, John, author.
Grand Rapids, Michigan : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2018.
x, 238 pages ; 23 cm
The Evangelical politics of fear -- The playbook -- A short history of Evangelical fear -- The court Evangelicals -- Make America great again.
"Believe me" may be the most commonly used phrase in Donald Trump's lexicon. Whether about building a wall or protecting the Christian heritage, the refrain is constant. And to the surprise of many, about 80% percent of white evangelicals have believed Trump-at least enough to help propel him into the White House. Historian John Fea is not surprised-and in Believe Me he explains how we have arrived at this unprecedented moment in American politics. An evangelical Christian himself, Fea argues that the embrace of Donald Trump is the logical outcome of a long-standing evangelical approach to public life defined by the politics of fear, the pursuit of worldly power, and a nostalgic longing for an American past. In the process, Fea challenges his fellow believers to replace fear with hope, the pursuit of power with humility, and nostalgia with history.

The death of truth : notes on falsehood in the age of Trump

July 13, 2018
Kakutani, Michiko, author.
New York : Tim Duggan Books, 2018.
208 pages : illustration ; 20 cm
The decline and fall of reason -- The new culture wars -- "Moi" and the rise of subjectivity -- The vanishing of reality -- The co-opting of language -- Filters, silos, and tribes -- Attention deficit-- "The firehose of falsehood" : propaganda and fake news -- The Schadenfreude of the trolls.

Liars, leakers, and liberals : the case against the anti-Trump conspiracy

July 13, 2018
Pirro, Jeanine, author.
New York : Center Street, 2018.
274 pages ; 24 cm
The highly respected judge and host of "Judge Jeanine Pirro" shares some of the most outrageous falsehoods she has seen behind the high-profile issues and narratives depicted on her show.

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