How the Right Lost Its Mind


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St. Martin's Griffin
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5.4 X 0.8 X 8.2 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author

Charles J. Sykes is the author of several books on current affairs and education, including Fail U., A Nation of Victims, and Profscam. He has written pieces for the Wall Street Journal and among others, and in 2016 was featured for his critiques of Donald Trump and conservative media in articles on the front page of The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, and NPR. A longtime host of the #1 conservative talk-radio show in Wisconsin, he resigned that position and is now a regular contributor to MSNBC.


"When gale-force winds blew through politics in 2016, leaving moral and institutional wreckage in their wake, many conservatives went into a crouch. Charlie Sykes stood out by standing up. With this scorching book, he reports on the road to ruin and points conservatism toward recovery." -George F. Will

"Stark, honest, unflinching....Highly recommended." - Library Journal (starred review)

"A courageous book." - Kirkus

"Bracing and immediate." - The Washington Post

"An important work. Any serious-minded citizen, no matter of what political persuasion, will benefit from reading it and carefully contemplating the powerful message." - The Washington Times

"Through well thought-out, researched historical analysis, Sykes supports his thesis in engaging fashion for those who search for answers." - Under the Radar

"A dissection of conservatism's 2016 collapse but also a canny historical analysis." - Commentary

"Sykes...diagnoses problems in the conservative movement that the Right is still very much grappling with. While some of Donald Trump's Republican political critics now sound no different from the Democrats or even the Resistance (but I repeat myself), Sykes is instead a leader of the loyal opposition." - The Federalist