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ISBN: 0151153752
Author: Daniel Moynihan
Language: English
Publisher: Harcourt; First edition (March 1, 1988)
Pages: 344
Category: Leaders & Notable People
Subcategory: Biography
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Bibliographic Details. Title: CAME THE REVOLUTION: ARGUMENT IN THE REAGAN. Offers criticisms of Reaganomics, Star Wars, budget cuts, foreign policy, and other aspects of the recent conservative revolution. Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, San Diego, New York and London. Publication Date: 1988. From Publishers Weekly: A quarter-century of failed presidencies signifies that the institution itself is in a period of protracted crisis, asserts Moynihan, outspoken senator from New York.

Daniel Patrick Moynihan shows that there was mature dissent during the Reagan years. Mature in that he took on the Reaganites on there own terms and avoided the simplistic ranting of those who saw no problem with the explosion of government during the 1970's. Moreover, this collection serves as an encyclopedia of political wit (see the Gridiron Club address), prophecy (. triple digit deficits and the fall of the Soviet Union), and the function of government

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The Negro Family: The Case For National Action (known as the Moynihan Report, 1965) was written by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, an American sociologist serving as Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Lyndon B. Johnson of the United States

The Negro Family: The Case For National Action (known as the Moynihan Report, 1965) was written by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, an American sociologist serving as Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Lyndon B. Johnson of the United States. In 1976, Moynihan was elected to the first of several terms as US senator from New York and continued to support liberal programs to try to end poverty.

Offers criticisms of Reaganomics, Star Wars, budget cuts, foreign policy, and other aspects of the recent conservative revolution.

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Usishele
Let me start off by saying that I was disappointed when I started reading this book. What I was hoping for was a well written, constructed and documented book talking about the major policy points of the Reagan administration and the mature Democratic response to the issues. Instead what the author has given the reader is basically a reprint of selected speeches, letters to supporters and op-ed pieces, all by year. Given that I had the book and the author is a rather good writer I kept reading and it turned out I was the better for it.
What I found was some very interesting, but short arguments against certain Reagan era policies mainly focused on the deficit and missile programs. The arguments were not knew if you have read some on the Reagan years and the predictions are proving to be on the money as the years go by. It was interesting, given the author's history and position, his view of the 80's and some of his arguments were not what I would have expected from a Democrat. Given these few positives I finished the book but ended thinking that I gained very little from reading it. If you are a huge fan of the Senator or just want a starter book on the arguments against some of the Reagan positions then you might enjoy the book, if you have read a number of books on the topic then you will be disappointed.
Ballazan
The master shows his metal.

Daniel Patrick Moynihan shows that there was mature dissent during the Reagan years. Mature in that he took on the Reaganites on there own terms and avoided the simplistic ranting of those who saw no problem with the explosion of government during the 1970's.

Moreover, this collection serves as an encyclopedia of political wit (see the Gridiron Club address), prophecy (i.e. triple digit deficits and the fall of the Soviet Union), and the function of government.

Highly recommended for those seeking sophisticated agruments to demonstrate that "Reaganism" did not have a positive influence on this country.

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