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Dinesh D'Souza

Author of What's So Great about Christianity

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About the Author

Dinesh D'Souza was born on April 25, 1961 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He came to the U.S. in 1978 and attended Union High School in Patagonia, Arizona. He went on to Dartmouth College, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in English in 1983. While attending Dartmouth, he became the editor of a show more conservative monthly called The Prospect. The paper ignited controversy during D'Souza's editorship by criticizing the College's affirmative action policies. He also became known as a writer for the Dartmouth Review which was subsidized by several right-wing organizations. After Dartmouth he moved to Washington, D.C. where he was an editor of Policy Review, an influential conservative journal. In 1988 he left the magazine on to serve as an advisor in Ronald Regan's White House. He joined the American Enterprise Institute in 1989 where he was the institute's John M. Olin fellow. He has appeared on several news shows as a political commentator such as: CNN, Glen Beck, and ABC's Nightline. D'Souza's first book, Lliberal Education was published in 1991. Since then, he has written numerous bestselling political commentaries, including: America: Imagine a World Without Her, Obama's America: Unmaking the American Dream, Letters to a Young Conservative, The End of Racism, and The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left. D'Souza's title's, Hilary's America and Death of a Nation, made the New York Times Bestseller List. (Bowker Author Biography) show less

Works by Dinesh D'Souza

The End of Racism (1995) 397 copies
The Roots of Obama's Rage (2010) 290 copies
The Catholic Classics (1986) 89 copies
2016: Obama's America (2012) 23 copies
The Catholic Classics II (1989) 20 copies
Trump Card (2020) 11 copies
Death of a Nation (2018) 5 copies
Police State 2 copies

Associated Works

Critical White Studies: Looking Behind the Mirror (1997) — Contributor — 56 copies
Discrimination: Opposing Viewpoints (1997) (1997) — Contributor — 24 copies


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This is the book of the movie, which I have yet to see. Heavy on narrative, and short on the technology side, it is nonetheless interesting, and can be viewed as a case study of election fraud, along with a bunch of subsidiary studies of related frauds. One good idea: if there are ballot drop boxes, put a surveillance camera on those boxes and livestream the footage.
themulhern | 1 other review | Feb 19, 2024 |
KeithK999 | 3 other reviews | Dec 3, 2023 |
This is a first edition, first printing, recalled copy printed August 2022. They were supposed to be pulped and it was reprinted with changes in December 2022. But, I snagged one off of eBay from some unsuspecting person. Who maybe stole it, I don't know. So, I have a rarity: an unexpurgated, recalled book.

Having not seen the documentary film that this is based on, all I can say is that the thesis, presentation, and evidence isn't wild-eyed, crazy, or outlandish. It all makes perfect sense and seems reasonable. Which is scary. Was it enough to swing an election? Maybe. It seems to have already happened in smaller races and just did again in September/October 2023 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Etc. It all seems eminently reasonable. Which is scary. It's so hard to prove. And that's the problem. Read in conjunction with Mollie Hemingway's Rigged, which tells the main story of how Big Tech, Big Media, and Covid conspired to change the voting rules and put the thumb on the scale in 2020. Add this and...… (more)
tuckerresearch | 1 other review | Nov 30, 2023 |
"A specter is haunting America--the specter of socialism. Suddenly, almost out of nowhere, we encounter a melange od strange characters---Alexandria Ocasio--Cortez, Rashada Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, Bernie Sanders---and a whole political party that seems to be magnetically drawn toward the socialist camp."
iwb | 2 other reviews | May 9, 2023 |



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