Victor Gold is dismayed and saddened by what has happened to the GOP he respected and supported. The Republican party he joined in the 60s once believed that religion was a personal matter, that the natural environment should be protected, and that George Washington's warning against "foreign entanglements" should be heeded.He points to the people he holds responsible for the dissolution of these values with considerable wit and the insight he has gained from his years of service to Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon, and George H. W. Bush.More
"Gold sees a promising future for the Republican Party, but not until they lose some major elections and are able to keep down a slice of humble pie; for those disillusioned with the state of the GOP, this quick, uncompromising polemic provides substantial support, along with a large dose of cold comfort." (Publishers Weekly)
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