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In Day of Recokoning, the author explicates the current existential crisis in the United States. President Bush's conversion to an ideology of "democratism" after 9/11, Buchanan says, has led the country to the edge of strategic disaster while creating fierce divisions among Americans.
©2007 Patrick J. Buchanan (P)2007 Macmillan Audio

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A Sure Enough "Eye Opener"!

I normally don't agree with the conservative, right wing extremist Pat Buchanan on much, but in this book, I do have to say that he's "hitting the nail on the head" in depicting our coming "Day of Reckoning" for the United States of America.

I am becoming more and more concerned of the direction that we are going in our country, so books like Buchanan;s can help us with the issues and ongoing dialog on being pro-active about how things are going.

I highly recommend this book!!!

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  • Gary
  • Lake Havasu City, AZ, United States
  • 10-08-08

Scary

A frightening and pessimistic depiction of the eventual collapse of American society. Backed by a combination of facts and opinions, the conclusions reached are a scare tactic incentive for America to change its essence as free and compassionate society, in order to survive.

3 of 8 people found this review helpful

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  • Gary
  • Decatur, TX, USA
  • 10-06-09

Good

This book was OK but really just another far right wing opinion.

0 of 3 people found this review helpful