Note: Includes questions and answers from the audience! In 1966 Buchanan joined Nixon’s staff of two; in 1968 he became President Nixon’s senior advisor. Drawing on his experiences as a Nixon intimate, in conjunction with a detailed analysis of the period’s social and political events, Buchanan closely examines how a man so bitterly and decisively […]
By Tom Switzer – The Spectator – UK “Using more than 1,000 of his own personal memos to Nixon, marked with his scribbled replies, Buchanan tells the story of how this never-say-die politician sought to reconcile the warring factions of the Republican party.” Winston Churchill once said of politics that it’s ‘almost as exciting as […]
By Christopher Ruddy at NewsMax.com “The Greatest Comeback should be required reading for RNC staff and everyone across the country trying to help the GOP win the Senate… Buchanan’s “Comeback” is a fun read not only for the opportunity to see Nixon in such a personal, behind-the-scenes way, but also for the lessons it offers […]
Pat Buchanan will speak at the Richard Nixon Foundation tonight at 10pm ET/7pm PT Tune in to see Patrick J. Buchanan, author of “The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose From Defeat to Create the New Majority.” Legendary political commentator, New York Times bestselling author and aide to Presidents Nixon and Reagan, will discuss Richard […]
Raymond Arroyo – EWTN Patrick Buchanan, political commentator and bestselling author joins us to give us his take on the crisis at the US-Mexico border, the growing unrest in Israel, and his latest book, The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose From Defeat to Create the New Majority.
RT America – The Big Picture – Thom Hartmann interviews Pat Buchanan
By James B. Pinkerton at Breitbart “Buchanan tells the story well, and he bolsters his tale with copious evidence from those days—not just his first-hand memories as a major participant in the campaign, but also abundant news clips and archival campaign memos. The man is obviously a packrat, and for the sake of history, that’s […]