Inside the Movement That Shattered the Party
Inspired by the work of Psychologist Erich Fromm, who asserted that the fear of freedom propels anxiety-ridden people into authoritarian settings, Blumenthal explains in a compelling narrative how a culture of personal crises has defined the radical right, transforming the Republican Party for the next generation and setting the stage for the future of American politics.
About the Author-
MAX BLUMENTHAL is one of the most constantly cited young liberal journalists in America. He is a correspondent for the Daily Beast, a research fellow for Media Matters, and a Puffin writing fellow for the Nation Institute. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
- New Yorker "Republican Gomorrah is an irresistible combination of anthropology and psychopathology that exerts the queasy fascination of (let's face it) something very like pornography."
PublisherBlackstone Audio, Inc.
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