David Frum books

David Frum

David Jeffrey Frum is a Canadian-American political commentator and a former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, who is currently a senior editor at The Atlantic as well as an MSNBC contributor. In 2003, Frum authored the first book about Bush’s presidency written by a former member of the administration.


I’ve read this book approximately every 10 years since my late father gave me my first copy ~1977. 2019 a good year for a reread.
It’s just a spectacular book, worldly and wise. This is not a biography of Kissinger alone, but a profound study of the influence of exiles from Nazism on their country of refuge.
A great addition to awareness of the risks of lobbying to a democratic system is @leedrutman excellent book "The Business of America is Lobbying".
Such a fantastic book by ⁦@brooks_rosa⁩ Among other great qualities, so very funny.
Great book by @DavidSatter on the politics of Russian memory, with perfect title: "It was a long time ago, and it never happened anyway."
Such a spectacularly exciting, entertaining, and wise book by @PreetBharara It will make of its legal readers better lawyers; and of its non-lawyer readers, better citizens.
Here's the book on the most professional, most amicable, and most successful presidential transition in US history, Bush-Obama 2009. Useful comparative reading as we prepare for the most chaotic, embittered, and destructive.
Here’s an absolutely terrific book about the tactical problems of Civil War.
Great article, and a reminder that @poniewozik book "Audience of One" is one of the enduringly valuable books from the Trump era.