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After the Hangover The Conservatives' Road to Recovery
By R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 12/22 Cynthia Taylor wrote: I read this book so long ago now that I don't remember solid details, but I do remember his general topics. I guess that is evidence that it didn't stick with me so it wasn't a particularly strongly stated message. I also am not entirely certain of its relevance in the current political world especially ... After the Hangover: The Conservatives Road to Recovery
On 3/13 Neil Phillips wrote: I originally read the book in 2010. At the time, I really was not impressed. Tyrrell is an intellectual conservative (or perhaps conservative intellectual) and I thought the book was generally finding a way for him to bemoan the liberal usurpation of the political agenda in 2008. I thought most of his ... After the Hangover: The Conservatives' Road to Recovery
On 7/28 Jim Fields wrote: A review of After the Hangover: The Conservatives Road to Recovery by R. Emmett Tyrrell This review is part of Thomas Nelson’s BookSneeze program. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for this independent and unbiased review. Mr. Tyrrell explores the past, present, and future of American ... A Disappointing Road: A Book Review
On 6/1 Susan Lewis wrote: Had to actually give up on this one. Between the constant reminders of Tyrrell's true conservative cred via name dropping and the haranguing liberals for things he then turns around and praises conservatives for ... I just couldn't take it anymore. The writing was not cohesive, the editing left the book ... Reads like a rush job
On 3/29 Cindy Downes wrote: I don't read a lot of political books, but After the Hangover by R. Emmett Tyrrell looked interesting. I'm a conservative and, like many of my conservative friends, not too happy with the conservative political party at the present. I thought it would be interesting to read what Tyrrell had to say about ... Review of After the Hangover
On 3/21 Roger wrote: No, this isn't about an alcoholic binge. Instead it addresses the conservative set-back after conservatives spent money like Liberals. After the Hangover: The Conservatives Road to Recovery seems less about finding a new future and more about continuing a growth already in place, despite ... After the Hangover, a Review
On 2/27 Zoe Right wrote: Independents don't get the luxury of being told what to do or think. We have to get out there and listen to all the truths, until we find one that resonates within ourselves and vote accordingly. Which was why, when Thomas Nelson Publishers sent me After the Hangover I relished the chance to look at ... Well Written but not well-rounded
On 1/5 Robin Lee Hatcher wrote: I received this book to read for review back in early April. Then "life happened." (Regular readers know what I mean.) So it has been on my bookshelf gathering dust. Finally, feeling a bit guilt-ridden (especially since another election has come and gone and a new congress with a whole lot of new conservatives ... After the Hangover: The Conservatives' Road to Recovery by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
On 12/8 Laura Locke wrote: I've been raised in a home dominated by conservative politics. When I first got this book, Democrats were in control of both houses of Congress and the Presidency. I thought perhaps the author, considered a leading conservative political ideologist and personality, would offer fresh insight as to why ... Little New, Too Wordy
On 10/12 Chewy Tobacco wrote: I was hoping that After the Hangover would give an overview American political history and those who shaped it. But, there was little look into American conservatism. It is more about the author and the people he knows.It is evident that the author used a thesaurus to choose the most complicated form ... After the Hangover