Collins, September 30, 2008; ISBN: 978-006173
An urgent, heartfelt call for all Americans to see each other anew, realize what time it is, and come together to support the next President—whoever he is. Because it is not the threats and challenges we face, but how we face them that defines us as a nation.
The terrible events of 9/11 brought us together in a way not seen since World War II. But the stresses and divisions of the Bush years have driven us apart to a point that is unhealthy and destructive.
Today, the national mood is for a change in our politics and it is well past time for politicians to catch up. Americans are tired of the old partisan divisions and the campaign tricks that seek to widen and exploit them. We long for leaders who can summon us to greatness and unity, as they did in the long struggles against fascism and communism.
This timely little book, written in the pamphleteering tradition of Tom Paine's Common Sense, reminds us that we must face our common challenges together—not by rising above partisanship, but by reaffirming what it means to be American.
John Paul the Great: Remembering a Spiritual Father
Viking Adult, November 22, 2005; ISBN: 0670037486
A look at the life of John Paul II entwined with the story of a personal journey.
A Heart, A Cross And A Flag
Free Press, June 11, 2003; ISBN: 0743250052
Noonans celebrated Wall Street Journal columns from September 12th, 2001 to September 11th, 2002.
When Character Was King: A Story of Ronald Reagan
Viking Press, November 12, 2001; ISBN: 0670882356
A biographical portrait of Ronald Reagan.
The Case Against Hillary Clinton
Regan Books, April 1, 2000; ISBN: 0060393408
Written in 1999 and published in 2000, it predicted her political future and argued against it.
Character Above All
Simon & Schuster (Audio), May 1, 1999; ISBN: 0671045350
The biography of Ronald Wilson Reagan. Read by the author.
Simply Speaking: How to Communicate Your Ideas With Style, Substance, and Clarity
HarperCollins, February 1, 1998; ISBN: 0060392126
Definitive advice, including personal experience, on how to speak well when speaking in public.
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
Random House, June 1, 1994; ISBN: 0679401601
The controversial book about modern life and the journey we all share.
What I Saw at the Revolution: A Political Life in the Reagan Era
Random House, February 1, 1990; ISBN: 0394564952
The book that started it all.
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