Donald Trump: The Rhetoric

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Donald Trump: The Rhetoric

Donald Trump The Rhetoric Donald Trump s presidential campaign seemed at first like a harmless joke an eccentric billionaire s entertaining grab at free publicity But now as Trump s rhetoric has become increasingly div

  • Title: Donald Trump: The Rhetoric
  • Author: Oliver Jones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • Donald Trump s 2016 presidential campaign seemed, at first, like a harmless joke an eccentric billionaire s entertaining grab at free publicity But now, as Trump s rhetoric has become increasingly divisive, America and the world must confront the potential of a Trump presidency In this highly readable analysis, Oliver Jones exposes the candidate and our media driven culDonald Trump s 2016 presidential campaign seemed, at first, like a harmless joke an eccentric billionaire s entertaining grab at free publicity But now, as Trump s rhetoric has become increasingly divisive, America and the world must confront the potential of a Trump presidency In this highly readable analysis, Oliver Jones exposes the candidate and our media driven culture that allowed his dangerous rise This is the book that everyone needs to read during this election cycle the stakes have never been higher Graduating in Philosophy, Politics and International Relations from Oxford University in 2012, Oliver Jones now works as a writer, blogger, and editor, based in London.

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    One thought on “Donald Trump: The Rhetoric

    1. Lyn on said:

      The thought of reading / watching anything political, especially including "rhetoric" in the title, is kind of nightmarish for me, but this book was actually pretty decent. It has a very thorough introduction (actually some of it seems unnecessary), including a timeline of some major events in Trump's campaign (keep in mind that this was published before the actual election, so it doesn't include everything), and a brief description of each of the major candidates.The rest of it is basically an [...]

    2. Mark Nichols on said:

      A very well-written and - I suppose - balanced analysis. A brief read, yet full of great insight into one of our contemporary mysteries of how someone like Trump could go so far in politics.

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