False Hope: The Politics of Illusion in the Clinton Era

By: Norman Solomon

Refusing to jump on the Clinton bandwagon, media and political critic Norman Solomon offers False Hope: The Politics of Illusion in the Clinton Era as a warning to progressives not to expect the 42nd president to deliver the fundamental change they feel the country needs. A product of the 1960s, Solomon reflects on both the symbolic and political links between Clinton and JFK (to the detriment of both) and recounts the failure of presidents over the past 30 years to deliver concrete change, calling on activists to attack corporate power by organizing into both political and community coalitions.

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