Professor Dwight Duncan published a book review of President Trump's Great Again: How to Fix Our Crippled America. The review appeared in The New Boston Post on the eve of Inauguration Day. Professor Duncan described Trump's election as "the greatest political upset in American history." Based on the book, Professor Duncan outlined Trump's political priorities and offered observations about Trump's values and demeanor. For example, Professor Duncan observed, "Loyalty to family and friends ... is extremely important to him." Duncan concluded that "like Trump himself, the book is never boring."
Duncan reviews Trump book, 'Great Again'
Professor Duncan reviews book by President Trump, 'Great Again: How to Fix Our Crippled America,' and ponders what it means to make America 'great again'
By School of Law // January 21, 2017
[L]ike Trump himself, the book is never boring.
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