The Rise of Trump
by Matthew C. MacWilliams
Publisher: Amherst College Press 2016
Number of pages: 66
The ascendance of Donald Trump to the presidential candidacy of the Republican Party has been both remarkable and, to most commentators, unlikely. In The Rise of Trump: America's Authoritarian Spring, Matthew MacWilliams argues that Trump's rapid rise through a bewildered Republican Party hierarchy is no anomaly...
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