The Republican Cult of Ignorance

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The Republican Cult of Ignorance examines how the extreme right-wing gained control of the Republican Party and exposes the common rhetorical fallacies used by conservative politicians and their media supporters to promote radical positions on taxes, women's rights, unions, healthcare, energy, national defense, and other important issues. It is Rhetorical Judo for Your Conservative Friends. More

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About Gregory E. Haley

Gregory Haley is an author, lecturer, and professor of Rhetoric. He live in Austin, Texas and writes about politics, history, writing, and current events.

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Review by: Bruce Findlay on Oct. 30, 2012 :
The review of this book comes from the author's words:

"We can choose to fight with one another and stake out ideological positions that support our respective party sound bites, or we can accept that every individual citizen in America is equal to every other citizen and no one has a monopoly on the truth."

This book offers a history of the jarring march to the right and extremism of the Republican party and how they are seeking to change our country into a one party system with a extremist minority in charge. Read it and learn how to move moderate honest debate to the forefront.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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