Bestselling author, former White House speechwriter, and Atlantic columnist and media commentator David Frum explains why President Trump has undermined our most important institutions in ways even the most critical media has missed, in this thoughtful and hard-hitting book that is a warning for democracy and America’s future.
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Democracy dies in darkness, opines a great American newspaper, but it would be more accurate to say that it dies by degrees. Where constitutional democracy has been lost, it has been lost because political actors have broken its rules turn by turn to achieve some immediately urgent goal. Each rule breaking then justifies the next, in a cycle of revenge that ends only in the formal or informal abrogation of the constitutional order.
David Frum pisses me off. He is not someone I would normally
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UPDATE 2/4/17 …
Since I have followed the disgusting news about Trump and his presidency, much that Frum writes is familiar to me. Frum despises Trump, as do I, and over 235 pages he makes the case that such a view is well justified. How America is going to exit from this travesty of governance is another matter, one that should concern all thinking Americans, especially those who have besmirched themselves by lying down with Trump.
I just started reading … I’ll take my notes here, and edit
First, this is a really good book published at a uniquely, critically important moment in time. It’s a worthwhile investment of time and, as a bonus, it’s an easy read. (OK, I struggled to put it down, and decided that, once I started it, I’d rather finish it then get a good night’s sleep or do some of the work that, temporarily, was put on hold.)
While I’m hesitant to (broadly) recommend this book to others, I’m pleased that I bought it (it makes me feel good to have provided a pittance of royal