Richard Nixon the Man Behind the Mask PDF/EPUB Ð

Richard Nixon the Man Behind the Mask PDF/EPUB Ð



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  1. MisterFweem MisterFweem says:

    In reading Gary Allen’s “Richard Nixon The Man Behind the Mask” we get a peek at the right wing nastiness that’s now in the foreLet me say I don’t believe the right wing has a corner on nastiness as there’s plenty of that to go around in the extreme fringes of any political party It is telling however to see the paranoia the disdain for the media and the veiled and unveiled racism inherent in right wing Republicans of the 1960s and ‘70s which we recognize today in the right wing we’re seeing in powerIn reading about this author I see an irony He mocks Nixon as an opportunistic politician willing to bow to whatever winds blew to get him elected Yet Allen was a speechwriter for George Wallace a politician who started out as a Democrat on a crusade for race reconciliation in the South and who ended as a right wing Republican who sang the graces of segregation because he saw in it supporters enough political power to get him into office We all have our blinders I suppose but for most of us we don’t get the chance to have them displayed so prominentlyAllen and his supporters lament a party that slipped slowly to the left Not that the party ever would become eponymous with the Democrats What one perceives as a shift to the left can really be a shift to the center where and voters find themselves due to the ugliness of the party purists on either end of the American political spectrum Ronald Reagan would also probably be labeled as a suishy liberal by Allen et al’s standards and might find it hard to fit into the Republican Party of today which is slipping now to the rightAllen is somewhat schizophrenic – lionizing conservative firebrand Barry Goldwater for his unsuccessful run for the presidency in 1964 and then in the same chapter lambasting him for being a tool of the grassroots wave that took him through the nomination and to the election but without the fire to do anything than put his shoulder to the wheel after it was all overGoldwater was propelled into candidacy by the zeal of the grass roots to capitalize on the great depth and exuberance and loyalty felt by his hard core supporters all over the country Instead of continuing the crusade Goldwater went back to his ham radio The ’64 election was water over the dam – Goldwater over the damNo wonder Allen then fled to the firebrand race baiter Wallace – here was a man who would follow through Blinders fully on of course The desire to win – no matter the moral uality of the bedfellows – is what the right wing seems to want then and now The ilk of Trump and Moore may have uestionable morals and standards but by golly they whistle the right tuneAllen is consistent in his schizophrenia In the chapter entitled “The Pachyderms Return” he laments that Nixon avoided patronage of many who helped get him elected and then concludes by castigating Nixon for appointing several long time friends and aides to his cabinet Patronage only works for Allen it seems if those getting the plum jobs are conservative RepublicansAnd see you get this on the left too Nobody’s immune


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Richard Nixon the Man Behind the Mask ❰Download❯ ➼ Richard Nixon the Man Behind the Mask Author Gary Allen – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Richard Nixon The Man Behind the Mask by Gary Allen Hardcover 1971Publisher Western Islands; 1St Edition edition June 1971 Language English ISBN 10 0686311493 ISBN 13 978 0686311492 Product Dimensions Richard Nixon the Man Behind the Mask the Man Kindle Ô by Gary Allen Hardcover Publisher Western Islands; St Edition edition June Language English ISBN ISBN Richard Nixon Kindle - Product Dimensions x x inches Shipping Weight pounds.

1 thoughts on “Richard Nixon the Man Behind the Mask

  1. MisterFweem MisterFweem says:

    In reading Gary Allen’s “Richard Nixon The Man Behind the Mask” we get a peek at the right wing nastiness that’s now in the foreLet me say I don’t believe the right wing has a corner on nastiness as there’s plenty of that to go around in the extreme fringes of any political party It is telling however to see the paranoia the disdain for the media and the veiled and unveiled racism inherent in right wing Republicans of the 1960s and ‘70s which we recognize today in the right wing we’re seeing in powerIn reading about this author I see an irony He mocks Nixon as an opportunistic politician willing to bow to whatever winds blew to get him elected Yet Allen was a speechwriter for George Wallace a politician who started out as a Democrat on a crusade for race reconciliation in the South and who ended as a right wing Republican who sang the graces of segregation because he saw in it supporters enough political power to get him into office We all have our blinders I suppose but for most of us we don’t get the chance to have them displayed so prominentlyAllen and his supporters lament a party that slipped slowly to the left Not that the party ever would become eponymous with the Democrats What one perceives as a shift to the left can really be a shift to the center where and voters find themselves due to the ugliness of the party purists on either end of the American political spectrum Ronald Reagan would also probably be labeled as a suishy liberal by Allen et al’s standards and might find it hard to fit into the Republican Party of today which is slipping now to the rightAllen is somewhat schizophrenic – lionizing conservative firebrand Barry Goldwater for his unsuccessful run for the presidency in 1964 and then in the same chapter lambasting him for being a tool of the grassroots wave that took him through the nomination and to the election but without the fire to do anything than put his shoulder to the wheel after it was all overGoldwater was propelled into candidacy by the zeal of the grass roots to capitalize on the great depth and exuberance and loyalty felt by his hard core supporters all over the country Instead of continuing the crusade Goldwater went back to his ham radio The ’64 election was water over the dam – Goldwater over the damNo wonder Allen then fled to the firebrand race baiter Wallace – here was a man who would follow through Blinders fully on of course The desire to win – no matter the moral uality of the bedfellows – is what the right wing seems to want then and now The ilk of Trump and Moore may have uestionable morals and standards but by golly they whistle the right tuneAllen is consistent in his schizophrenia In the chapter entitled “The Pachyderms Return” he laments that Nixon avoided patronage of many who helped get him elected and then concludes by castigating Nixon for appointing several long time friends and aides to his cabinet Patronage only works for Allen it seems if those getting the plum jobs are conservative RepublicansAnd see you get this on the left too Nobody’s immune

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