The Impostors: How Republicans Quit Governing and Seized American Politics

The Impostors: How Republicans Quit Governing and Seized American Politics

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Title:The Impostors: How Republicans Quit Governing and Seized American Politics
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  • Montzalee Wittmann

    The ImpostorsHow Republicans Quit Governing and Seized American PoliticsBy: Steve BenenNarrated by: Ron ButlerThis book goes back decades and describes the changes the Republican party went through up...

  • Annelies

    There is nothing substantively new as far as facts go, but by putting them all in a row it explains why the last few years have felt like eons, with unnecessary crisis stacked upon unnecessary crisis....

  • Thomas

    Benen, Steve. The Imposters: How Republicans Quit Governing and Seized American Politics. William Morrow, 2020.The Imposters is not an insider exposé or a probing piece of investigative reporting, bu...

  • Paulatics

    This book is brilliant, both in its simplicity and its deep research. The Republican Party is not a governing party. It hasn't been in decades. They have no public policy goals. They do not stand for ...

  • Zora

    It's a new take on what we've seen happen the past 12 years, and I think I understand it better for reading this book, but it got repetitive enough that I can't give it five stars. "Here, they did it ...

  • Ella

    No surprises here. Just a very recent history of the GOP's refusal to govern or legislate. Frankly, a couple of interviews had made this sound like it held deep truths, and it may. But those truths ar...

  • Nat

    You know the broad outlines, but may not be aware of just how Republicans have become a “post-policy party” that has effectively quit any attempt at actually governing. They seem unable or unwilli...

  • Maureen Sepulveda

    A very good analysis of the Republican Party particularly during Obama and Trump Presidencies. The book describes how devoid of ideas and any policy substance the Republicans are. The author breaks do...

  • Joan

    I read this book in my ongoing quest to understand the current political situation in the United States.Benen says politics has evolved since 2008 to where the Republicans are now post-policy. They no...

  • Patrick Bair

    Nothing new here (if you've been paying attention, at least); but a fascinating chronology of a party that cares about power for power's sake alone, and is completely disinterested in governing. In fa...