The book pulls no punches.
It neatly condemns conservatism for a purpose in a “culture of infamous dehumanization,” not to discuss a sins of incoherence, rejecting of experimental fact and plain hypocrisy. Writing of a rush by a regressive party, i.e., a GOP, to welcome a unfortunate Donald Trump during a final election, a author is blunt and unsparing. “Never has a celebration so fast or simply deserted a core beliefs …”
No, these are not new complaints; they have been done regularly in new years. But what creates this sold check of charges opposite conservatism and a Republican Party notable is not a substance, though a source.
Meaning, a self-described “proud regressive and a lifelong Republican” — Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona. Flake’s new book, “Conscience of a Conservative” — a pretension is an paper to Barry Goldwater’s 1960 book of a same name — takes conservatism and a GOP to charge in no capricious terms. It’s being called an act of dignified courage. It competence even be one.
At a really least, a book is timely, quite in a monody of a hatefulness — a word is not too clever — of a nation’s domestic divide. Flake captures this starkly in one unpleasant anecdote: