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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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To learn more, read "Conservatives Without Conscience" and discover the threat to democracy posed by the current far-right religious members of the Republican Party.
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