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After the Hangover by R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr

In Your Books on April 14, 2010 at 8:25 AM

  

 A Decisive Book Review  

“The Premature Obituary of America’s Longest Dying Political Movement” –R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.  

Conservatives have an irrefutable history of resurrecting from the dead; and appear  to be on the verge of yet another historic comeback with the 2010 mid-term elections looming on the very near horizon.  Emmett Tyrrell Jr., legendary founder and Editor-in-Chief of the American Spectator, gives a riveting and well-researched account of the last 40 plus years of the conservative movement, in his insightful book, After the Hangover.  He orders a rigorously lucid prescription for conservatives to take to recapture America’s Throne.  In perfect prose, Tyrrell recounts the key heroes, heroines and villains of the era and highlights the fractious in-party fighting that is the kryptonite of the conservative movement.   

Pros:  After the Hangover is well-researched and provides a clear and definitive history of the conservative movement. Far from being a dry textbook affair, the book is brought to life through Tyrrell’s often stinging quips on the diverse key players and cultural climate of the period.  

Cons:  After the Hangover is not light reading material as it is well seasoned with many obscure and culturally iconic words.  For example, the word ‘Kulturesmog; a term coined by Tyrrell is used to describe liberal’s and their liberal manipulations of truths to the effect that this manipulation alters and pollutes their minds, preventing them from understanding any evidence that contradicts their points of views.  

4 Out Of 5

 

Live Well For Less gives After the Hangover 4 out of 5 Shopping Bags.    An enjoyable book and informative read.  

Book Sneeze – We receive books free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their BookSneeze.com book review bloggers program. We’re not required to write positive reviews. The opinions expressed are our own. We disclose this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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