Insurgency: How Republicans Lost Their Party and Got Everything They Ever Wanted Free Audiobook Download by Jeremy W. Peters
Jeremy W. Peters narrates this book as well as wrote it, as he was a reporter for the Washington Post at the time. This book is about how Republicans lost their party and got everything they ever wanted in the process. Right now, President Trump is in charge of the Republican Party, so it is a little bit hard to believe that Republicans have lost something big like their power through this book.
Jeremy W. Peters inspires the reader with a deep understanding of how President Trump has not only disrupted the political terrain, but also maneuvered Republicans into a new place as he provides insight into how the party came to its current state.
The 2016 presidential campaign has been an exhausting rollercoaster ride, with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton battling each other in a race to the finish. But what goes on in the background during the campaign? In this audiobook, Jeremy W. Peters tells of how Republicans lost their party and got exactly what they wanted by letting Trump run without interference.
Meaghan McNerny is a millennial who's more frustrated with the system than ever. She's been an active Republican her entire life, but now she sees the party she grew up in as such a mess that it doesn't deserve her support. In Insurgency Jeremy W. Peters explores the collapse of Republican political dominance over the last decade and takes a satirical look at what it would take for Republicans to win back their party.
The establishment of the Republican Party is one of the greatest failures in American history. It helped create the party and its now biggest threat, Donald Trump. In this audiobook, Jeremy W. Peters uses real interviews to show how such a failure has happened and how the party's leaders have been getting everything they want for so long.
Jeremy W. Peters is a reporter for the New York Times, and in this book he tells the story of how the Republican party went from being seen as a group that was for progress, to being one that is now seen as being against it. Peters starts with how President Trump won the presidency, and what it meant to those who were trying to understand how a man like him could win, to why America right now has such an unprecedented level of polarization.
|Duration||13 hours 46 minutes|
|Author||Jeremy W. Peters|
|Narrated||Jeremy W. Peters|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Parent Category||Political Ideologies, North America|