I’ve been reading the book Nixonland by Rick Perlstein lately, and it’s very good. It’s fascinating to see just how hard Nixon worked to achieve what he did. Nixon, as we all know, had anti-charisma. JFK, on the other hand, had charisma. Given that, it really is a testament to what a marvelous politician Nixon was that the 1960 election was even close.
Top Posts & Pages
- Book Review: "Rabble in Arms" by Kenneth Roberts (1933)
- TV Review: “Wishbone: Halloween Hound: The Legend of Creepy Collars” (1997)
- Book Review: "Total Eclipse" by John Brunner
- Book Review: "We Are Legion (We Are Bob)" (Bobiverse Book 1) by Dennis E. Taylor
- "The Repairer of Reputations"
- Book Review: "Casca: The Eternal Mercenary" (Book #1) by Barry Sadler
- Harry Potter and the Desaturation Filter
- Movie Review: "The Fifth Element" (1997)
- "Heart of Darkness" and "Apocalypse Now" and "Far Cry 2" and "Spec Ops: The Line"
- "The Repairer of Reputations" by Robert W. Chambers (Annotated by Berthold Gambrel)
Subjects of Discussion:
Follow me on TwitterMy Tweets
- “The Repairer of Reputations” by Robert W. Chambers (Annotated by Berthold Gambrel)
- Dawnzantium Currency Converter
- How to Fix Social Media
- Indie Book Reviews
- Light Mode
- The Emperor and the Red Man
- The Lurge Robot Factory Adventure