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The must-read summary of John Dean's book: “Conservatives Without Conscience”.

This complete summary of "Conservatives Without Conscience" by John Dean, former White House Counsel for President Nixon, presents his argument that radical elements are destroying the foundations of American democracy and that the current right-wing authoritarian thinking could lead to a version of American fascism.

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ISBN: 9782511000496
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John Dean believes radical elements are destroying the Republican Party along with the very foundations of American democracy. In Conservatives Without Conscience, Dean explores specific right-wing-driven GOP policies along with the conservative mind-set, identifying recurring qualities such as the unbridled viciousness toward those daring to disagree with them, as well as the big business favoritism that costs taxpayers billions.

Dean offers a look at the top levels of the Republican Party, a noble political party he feels is being corrupted by its current leaders who cloak their actions in moral superiority while packaging their programs as blatant propaganda. He asserts that current right-wing authoritarian thinking, when conflated with the dominating personalities of the conservative leadership, could take the United States toward its own version of fascism.

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John W. Dean was the White House legal counsel to President Nixon during