The Next American Civil War

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • The Next American Civil War
  • Lee Harris
  • English
  • 04 March 2018
  • 0230102719

The Next American Civil War The Tea Parties, The Guns At Town Hall Meetings, The Protests Against Health Care Reform, And The General Unrest In America Today Have Taken Many People By Surprise Some Interpret It In Terms Of Economic Hard Times, But Lee Harris Offers A Different Explanation Today S Populist Revolt Is Only The Latest Installment Of An Ongoing Cultural War That Began Long Before The

10 thoughts on “The Next American Civil War

  1. RK-ïsme says:

    WARNING This review is long.I will start this review by stating how disappointed I was in The Next American Civil War The Populist Revolt Against the Liberal Elite To begin, the title is misleading There is no discussion of any coming civil war The subtitle seems to beappropriate in that the book sets out to explain the existence of curren...

  2. David Gross says:

    I can t say I was all that optimistic when I saw the title, or when the publicist who sent me the copy promised that Harris was the conservative American public intellectual of the new millennium I figured this was just going to be one of those books people read when they want to be reminded that people who think like they do are good and those other folks are a bunch of cretins.I was happy to find that the book is much better than its subtitle Superficially it s meant to be a defense of the I can t say I was all that optimistic when I saw the title, or when the publicist who sent me the copy promised that Harris was the conservative American public intellectual of the new millennium I figured this was just going to be one of those books people read when they want to be reminded that people who think like they do are good and those other folks a...

  3. Blair says:

    Lee Harris presents a wide ranging and balanced exploration of the roots of the culture war now raging in America and elsewhere, despite the unfortunately provocative title The author is a gay intellectual living in the heart of conservative rural Georgia, and his book can be seen as a celebration of contradictions The thesis is that the significance of the current Tea Party populist revolt cannot be properly understood simply by its own slogans and stated ideals Beyond its apparently narro Lee Harris presents a wide ranging and balanced exploration of the roots of the culture war now raging in America and elsewhere, despite the unfortunately provocative title The author is a gay intellectual living in the heart of conservative rural Georgia, and his book can be seen as a celebration of contradictions The thesis is that the significance of the current Tea P...

  4. Mel says:

    another book I refuse to waste precious time reading I suppose he was trying to appeal to both sides of the political pendulum He failed in my eyes I stopped on page 7 when he typed, the obama death panel is a myth but it is a myth that expresses a genuine anxiety that decisions over our lives and deaths could one day end up being made for us and not by us He s either ignorant or lying by the way the fifteen member panel seat are still empty hopefully they ll remain empty, but the soci another book I refuse to waste precious time reading I suppose he was trying to appeal to both sides of the political pendulum He failed in my eyes I stopped on page 7 when he typed, the obama death panel is a myth but it is a myth that expresses a genuine anxiety that decisions over our lives and deaths could one day end up being made for us and not ...

  5. Greg Linster says:

    There is a cultural war occurring in America and it could, according to Lee Harris, explode into the next American civil war While I don t agree entirely with Harris, I still think this is an important book to read.

  6. Tom says:

    I first saw this book on the shelves of a neat bookstore in Manchester, NH this past summer I didn t buy it then, but after getting the gist of it from the cover and a quick look at the table of contents, I thought about its thesis It argues there is currently a cultural civil war going on in the US that is a repetition of other times, including the Civil War of 1861 On one side are beliefs and attitudes best described as populist and on the other side cosmpolitanism Lee Harris has been desc I first saw this book on the shelves of a neat bookstore in Manchester, NH this past summer I didn t buy it then, but after getting the gist of it from the cover and a quick look at the table of contents, I thought about its thesis It argues there is currently a cultural civil war going on in the US that is a repetition of other times, including the Civil War of 1861 On one side are beliefs and attitudes best described as populist and on the other side cosmpolitanism Lee Harris has been d...

  7. Cathy Griffith says:

    This book was interesting There were times where I had to make myself keep reading it because it leans toward conservative arguments, but its message is important and every American should read it and take heed If I had to sum it up I would say that he very nearly says, the tree of liberty must at times be watered with the blood of patriots , but his points have a logic to them He is correct to warn that liberals should not ignore the validity of their opponents arguments I wish he had been This book was interesting...