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Summary: Where The Right Went Wrong: Review and Analysis of Patrick J. Buchanan's Book

The must-read summary of Patrick J. Buchanan's book: “Where The Right Went Wrong: How Neoconservatives Subverted the Reagan Revolution and Hijacked the Bush Presidency”.

This complete summary of "Where the Right Went Wrong" by Patrick J. Buchanan, a prominent conservative politician and writer, outlines his argument that the conservatives of the Bush administration are no longer true conservatives and have left American under a mountain of debt and morally bankrupt. He examines where the Republican Party went wrong, particularly focusing on the issues of big government, the war on terror and the current trade policy.

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To learn more, read "Where the Right Went Wrong" and discover how conservatives abandoned their traditional principles during the Bush presidency.

Publisher: Primento Digital ISBN: 9782511002926 Pages: 44