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Politics Lost

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Language  English
Originally published  18 April 2006
Page count  272 (hard and soft)
Media types  Hardcover, Paperback
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Pages  272 (hard and soft)
Author  Joe Klein
Country  United States of America
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Publisher  Doubleday and Broadway Books
Publication date  April 18, 2006, and June 19, 2007
Similar  Joe Klein books, Political Science books

Politics lost how american democracy was trivialized by people who think you re stupid audiobook


Politics Lost: How American Democracy Was Trivialized By People Who Think You're Stupid, reprinted in 2007 as Politics Lost: From RFK to W: How Politicians Have Become Less Courageous and More Interested in Keeping Power than in Doing What's Right for America, is a 2006 book by journalist Joe Klein on the loss of spontaneity and authenticity in American politics. The book begins by recounting Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 speech on the assassination of Martin Luther King, which Klein says "marked the end of an era" before polling and consultants took over public life; he then covers all of the U.S. presidential elections from 1976 to 2004.

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