The Great American Awakening: Two Years that Changed America, Washington, and Me

The Great American Awakening: Two Years that Changed America, Washington, and Me

by Jim DeMint
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Great American Awakening: Two Years that Changed America, Washington, and Me 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Paula65 More than 1 year ago
This book documents what has gone on in America in the time since the 2008 election very clearly. Pay close attention to anyone who believes that the Tea Party Protests are fabricated and or paid for by any one group or person because that is nothing more than a lie the leftists want you to believe. America is a center-right nation and always has been. As for Michael (a Brit no doubt, obvious by the way he spelled organization) and any other European who wants to say Americans are stupid just ignore them. Who cares what they say or think as long as they stay in Europe? Current events tell us they have their own problems they should worry about.
Larry4change More than 1 year ago
Senator DeMint is a bright light in the endless dark hole that has become our government. This book does an outstanding job of describing the endless battles fought daily by a few good men and women to keep our country from being pulled over the cliff by arrogant self -serving politicians (on both sides of the isle). The Great American Awakening is an outstanding read. This insi9der view of the Washington political machine is both intriguing and freighting. Every American needs a good dose of this eye opening adrenalin. Read it America- You need to know!
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Michael-K More than 1 year ago
I found the entire concept insulting to human dignity. Equating a propaganda station's organised protest against reason to an "American Awakening" is just insulting to prior movements in American history that you can actually consider movements. I suppose if you consider the anti-Civil Rights protests in the South a 'movement', this book might have some validity to you.