Death of a Nation: Plantation Politics and the Making of the Democratic Party by Dinesh D'Souza | Conversation Starters
The progressive narrative of American history highlights the horrors of racism and the sins of white supremacists. This narrative points to the American South and the Republicans led by Trump as the enemies of the state. Dinesh D’Souza asks the question: What if this narrative is not true at all? What if Americans have been believing in a lie? He presents the motive of the book: “Progressive Democrats are in fact the inventors of racism and white supremacy, and the Republican Party fought them all the way.” Death of a Nation is written by D’Souza who is also the director of the documentary of the same title. He is the author of the bestselling Obama’s America, Illiberal Education, and America and The Big Lie. He is known for his top-grossing political documentaries.
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