Literary Nonfiction. Politics. Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign seemed, at first, like a harmless joke: an eccentric billionaire's entertaining grab at free publicity. But now that Trump has moved to front-runner status for the Republican nomination, and as his rhetoric has become increasingly divisive, America and the world most confront the potential of a Trump presidency. In this highly readable analysis, Oliver Jones exposes the candidate and our media- driven culture that allowed his dangerous rise. This is the book that everyone needs to read during this election cycle—the stakes have never been higher.
Oliver Jones is a British-Peruvian poet hailing from London. He holds a B.A. honours degree in Philosophy from Oxford University and has edited two Eyewear pamphlet anthologies, #REFUGEESWELCOME and #NOUSSOMMESPARIS. His poem was included in THE POET'S QUEST FOR GOD anthology and he is the author of DONALD TRUMP: THE RHETORIC and CHRONIC YOUTH. He also writes for and co-edits the music/lit blog Follower of Nothing.Author City: London UNK