Authoritarian nightmare : Trump and his followers
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- ISBN: 9781612199054
- ISBN: 1612199054
352 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Brooklyn : Melville House, 2020.
- Copyright: ©2020
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references.|
|Summary, etc.:||"How did America end up with a leader who acts so crudely and despotically, and counter to our democratic principles? Why do his followers stick with him, even when he acts against their interests? To fully understand, John Dean, a man with a history of standing up to autocratic presidents, joined with Bob Altemeyer, a professor of psychology with a unique area of expertise: Authoritarianism. Together, relying on social science findings, as well as research and analysis from one of America's most respected public opinion research foundations, the authors provide us with an eye-opening understanding of the Trump phenomenon--and how we may be able to stop it."--taken from book jacket.|
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|Subject:||Trump, Donald -- 1946-
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JOHN W. DEAN served as White House counsel for President Richard Nixon from 1970 to 1973. During the Watergate scandal, his Congressional testimony helped lead to Nixon&;s resignation. Dean has written about Watergate in his New York Times bestsellers Blind Ambition and The Nixon Defense: What He Knew and When He Knew It. Among his other books are the national bestsellers Worse Than Watergate and Conservatives Without Conscience. He is a regular political and legal commentator on CNN.
BOB ALTEMEYER&;s research on the psychological makeup of authoritarian leaders and followers, and his development of the &;RWA&; (right-wing authoritarian) test, has established him as the recognized expert in the field. He is the author of The Authoritarians and Enemies of Freedom: Understanding Right-Wing Authoritarianism. Altemeyer taught psychology at the University of Manitoba and was awarded the American Association for the Advancement of Science Prize for Behavioral Science