Voting to Kill: How 9/11 Launched the Era of Republican Leadership
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Voting to Kill: How 9/11 Launched the Era of Republican Leadership

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"In Voting to Kill," author Jim Geraghty offers a comprehensive look at why recent elections have given the Republican Party its greatest political success since the 1920s. Despite a lot of talk about values, problems within the GOP, "red state culture," and the slow but vital progress in Iraq, the biggest difference between the two parties remains the subject of safety. A...more
Paperback, 366 pages
Published September 19th 2006 by Touchstone Books (first published 2006)
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Jim Geraghty is a conservative blogger and regular contributor to National Review Online and National Review, and a former reporter for States News Service.
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