American Notebook: A Personal and Political Journey
Melbourne Univ. Publishing, 2007 - 230 Seiten
Probing the psyche of the American people, this extended essay examines how the countryÍs mindset has changed during the tumultuous presidency of George W. Bush. The investigation draws on individual experiences as well as factual reporting, melding the personal and the political to capture the real mood of a powerful nation. Full of bold insights and brash honesty, this revealing study presents Americans as worried and disillusioned, artfully illustrating their struggles against a new wave of political pessimism.
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Es wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.
Andere Ausgaben - Alle anzeigen
American arrived Australian became believed Bush Administration Bush's Christian civil rights Clinton Condoleezza Rice Congress conservative court culture debate democracy Democrats Dick Cheney dream Dupont Circle editor European evangelical father force foreign policy Forverts genocide George Bush Haggard Hezbollah Holocaust Howard Inauguration Inauguration Day intelligent design Iraq Iraqi Israel Lobby Israeli Jewish Jews journalists Karl Rove Katrina knew later leaders Leunig liberal lives looked loved Maas Makiya Martin Luther King Melbourne mid-term elections Middle East military million Nazi neoconservatives never organisations Orleans Palestinians Paul Wolfowitz perhaps Poland political politicians president Reagan religious Republican Party Rumsfeld Saddam Hussein seemed senior Sharon soldiers sort Soviet speech streets talked television Terri Schiavo Texas thought thousands tion Vietnam Vietnam War vote war in Iraq Washington West Bank White House women wondered Yiddish young Zionist