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Publishers WeeklyOn the eve of the 2008 presidential election, Noonan projected her fears, hopes, condemnations and predictions for what the U.S. needs in order to climb out of its current funk. From the political arena to the living room, Noonan explains that what is needed is patriotic grace; not jingoism in the guise of flag waving and not political correctness run amok, but poise, composure and eloquence about the significance and potential good of this country. Granted, politically she presses a bit harder on the left than the right, but her effort is sincere and well argued. Noonan has a lively voice that, at times, has a bit of a lilt to it, especially when waxing nostalgic. Her delivery is deliberate and reserved, yet emphatic where needed, giving the narration its own sense of grace. A Collins hardcover.
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