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See I Told You So
Series/Author: Rush
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Hardcover See, I Told You So by Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh, America's #1 radio talk-show host, bounded to the top of the bestseller lists with the record-breaking \"The Way Things Ought to Be.\" Now, this consummate entertainer and provocative political commentator, whom conservatives love and liberals love to hate - this \"harmless little fuzzball\" who delights in being called \"The Most Dangerous Man in America\" - has made publishing history again with a record breaking 2-million-copy first printing of \"See, I Told You So.\" The Democrats may be in the White House, but Rush leads the charge to embrace and defend the fundamental values that have shaped the American character: belief in God, devotion to family, law and order, rugged individualism, commitment to excellence, rewarding achievement, and...the notion that the woman is always right! An no less a liberal then Ted Koppel, quoted in \"Vanity Fair, \" said, \"You ignore him at your peril.\" Learn More

The Way Things Ought To B
Series/Author: Rush
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Hardcover The Way Things Ought to Be by Rush Limbaugh Every week more than 11 million listeners on over 450 radio stations nationwide tune in to \"The Rush Limbaugh Show\", and his audience is sure to grow when his nationally syndicated television program debuts in September 1992. Now Limbaugh puts his conservative values, blunt talk, blistering attacks and scathing wit into print in his first book. Learn More

The Right Moment
Series/Author: Matthew
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Hardcover he Right Moment: Ronald Reagan's First Victory and the Decisive Turning Point in American Politics by Matthew Dallek Ronald Reagan's first great victory, in the 1966 California governor's race, seemed to come from nowhere and has long since confounded his critics. Just two years earlier, when Barry Goldwater lost to Lyndon Johnson by a landslide, the conservative movement was pronounced dead. In California, Governor Edmund \"Pat\" Brown was celebrated as the \"Giant Killer\" for his 1962 victory over Richard Nixon. From civil rights, to building the modern California system of higher education, to reinventing the state's infrastructure, to a vast expansion of the welfare state, Brown's liberal agenda reigned supreme. Yet he soon found himself struggling with forces no one fully grasped, and in 1966, political neophyte Reagan trounced Brown by almost a million votes. Reagan's stunning win over Brown is one of the pivotal stories of American political history. It marked not only the coming-of-age of the conservative movement, but also the first serious blow to modern liberalism. The campaign was run amidst the drama of the Berkeley Free Speech Movement, terrible riots in Watts, and the first anti-Vietnam War protests by the New Left. It featured cameo appearances by Mario Savio, Ed Meese, California Speaker Jesse \"Big Daddy\" Unruh, and tough-as-nails Los Angeles Police Chief William Parker. Beneath its tumultuous surface a grassroots conservative movement swelled powerfully. A group that had once been dismissed as little more than paranoid John Birchers suddenly attracted a wide following for a more mainstream version of its message, and Reagan deftly rode the wave, moving from harsh anticommunism to a more general critique of the breakdown of social order and the failure of the welfare state.Millions of ordinary Californians heeded his call. Drawing on scores of oral history interviews, thousands of archival documents, and many personal interviews with participants, Matthew Dallek charts the rise of one great politician, the demise of another, and the clash of two diametrically opposing worldviews. He offers a fascinating new portrait of the 1960s that is far more complicated than our collective memory of that decade. The New Left activists were offset by an equally impassioned group on the other side. For every SDS organizer there was a John Birch activist; for every civil rights marcher there was an anticommunist rally-goer; for every antiwar protester there were several more who sympathized with American aims in Southeast Asia. Dallek's compelling history offers an important reminder that the rise of Ronald Reagan and the conservatives may be the most lasting legacy of that discordant time. Learn More

Killing The Rising Sun
Series/Author: Bill
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Hardcover - Like New Killing the Rising Sun: How America Vanquished World War II Japan (Bill O'Reilly's Killing Series) by Bill O'Reilly (Goodreads Author), Martin Dugard (Goodreads Author) The powerful and riveting new book in the multimillion-selling Killing series by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard Autumn 1944. World War II is nearly over in Europe but is escalating in the Pacific, where American soldiers face an opponent who will go to any length to avoid defeat. The Japanese army follows the samurai code of Bushido, stipulating that surrender is a form of dishonor. Killing the Rising Sun takes readers to the bloody tropical-island battlefields of Peleliu and Iwo Jima and to the embattled Philippines, where General Douglas MacArthur has made a triumphant return and is plotting a full-scale invasion of Japan. Across the globe in Los Alamos, New Mexico, Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer and his team of scientists are preparing to test the deadliest weapon known to mankind. In Washington, DC, FDR dies in office and Harry Truman ascends to the presidency, only to face the most important political decision in history: whether to use that weapon. And in Tokyo, Emperor Hirohito, who is considered a deity by his subjects, refuses to surrender, despite a massive and mounting death toll. Told in the same page-turning style of Killing Lincoln, Killing Kennedy, Killing Jesus, Killing Patton, and Killing Reagan, this epic saga details the final moments of World War II like never before. Learn More