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A broken promise, a terrifying legacy



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Also by Mike Huckabee:

God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy, January 2015
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Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlett, November 2012
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A Simple Government, March 2011
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Can't Wait Till Christmas, November 2010
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A Simple Christmas, November 2009
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Do the Right Thing, November 2008
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From Hope to Higher Ground, January 2007
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Quit Digging Your Grave with a Knife and Fork, May 2005
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Do the Right Thing
Mike Huckabee

Inside the Movement That's Bringing Common Sense Back to America

Sentinel
November 2008
On Sale: November 18, 2008
240 pages
ISBN: 1595230548
EAN: 9781595230546
Hardcover
$25.95
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Non-Fiction Memoir | Non-Fiction Political

Part campaign memoir, part manifesto—from the new rising star of the Republican Party

Mike Huckabee’s run for the Republican presidential nomination was truly amazing. But beyond the headlines, few understand his transformation from a long-shot Evangelical candidate into a viable contender.

Huckabee now presents the inside story of his low-budget, grassroots campaign. He treated middle-class and working-class voters with respect and spoke to their concerns about the economy, society, and the way our country is run. They responded nationwide with great passion, volunteering and making small donations, transforming his campaign into a true movement.

His fans included not only Evangelical Christians, but also others who felt he was the only Republican who really shared their values. This book will remind the four million Huckabee voters that their support and hard work were not in vain. It will also be fun to read, full of unreported anecdotes from the campaign trail. Huckabee also lays out his optimistic vision for America’s future. He explains how the Republican Party can unify its factions and win over middle-class and working-class voters.

No matter what happens on election day 2008, Huckabee’s fans will be looking to him for leadership as their movement rolls on.

Media Buzz

Daily Show with Jon Stewart - April 6, 2011
Colbert Report - February 24, 2011
Today - December 3, 2010
Daily Show with Jon Stewart - December 15, 2008
Talk of the Nation - December 3, 2008
All Things Considered - November 20, 2008
The View - November 18, 2008

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