Going Rouge: Sarah Palin - An American Nightmare

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Richard Kim, Richard C. C. Kim, Betsy Reed
Health Communications, Incorporated, Dec 1, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 320 pages
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Sarah Palin has many faces: hockey mom, fundamentalist Christian, sex symbol, Republican ideologue, fashion icon, "maverick" populist. But, above all, Palin has become one thing: an American obsession that just won't go away. Edited by two senior editors at The Nation magazine, this sharp, smart, up-to-the-minute book examines Palin's obscure origins in Wasilla, Alaska, her spectacular rise to the effective leadership of the Republican Party, and the nightmarish prospect of her continuing to dominate the nation's political scene.

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I was naively intrigued by Sarah Palin for two reasons: 1.) Tina Fey's imitation of Palin on Saturday Night Live; and 2.) after watching the reality TV show about Sarah and her family. This curiosity ... Read full review

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Great book. How anyone could vote for this nut job amazes me. I wish she would go away! Read full review

About the author (2009)

Richard Kim is a senior editor at the Nation.

Betsy Reed is the executive editor of the Nation. She was the editor of Unnatural Disaster: The Nation on Hurricane Katrina, and the anthology Nothing Sacred: Women Respond to Religious Fundamentalism and Terror.

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