The New York Times Weighs In

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The New York Times Headline December 14, 2016

Russia’s hacks have made major headlines. The Plot To Hack America by Malcolm Nance was the first book to tackle the potential interference from Russia election.

On the same day the New York Times announced the Russia hacks, Pulitzer prize winning journalist Thomas L. Friedman quoted Skyhorse author Edward Goldberg, author of Joint Ventured Nation.

Soon to be released is another politically controversial book, The Making of The President 2016 by Roger Stone. From a successful novelist and close personal friend of Trump’s, The Making of The President is a take on Donald Trump’s unusual victory to become America’s President-Elect. This book is sure to make waves when it arrives on the scene this January.


Over the last several months, Skyhorse authors have been getting quite a bit of notable media attention from the New York Times.


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The Making of The President 2016
How Donald Trump Orchestrated a Revolution
ISBN: 9781510726925
By Roger Stone

From Roger Stone, a New York Times bestselling author, longtime political adviser and friend to Donald Trump, and consummate Republican strategist, comes the first in-depth examination of how Trump’s campaign tapped into the national mood to deliver a stunning victory that almost no one saw coming.

The Plot to Hack AmericaHow Putin’s Cyberspies and Wikileaks Tried To Steal the 2016 Election
ISBN: 9781510723320
By Malcolm Nance

The Plot to Hack America is the thrilling true story of how Putin’s spy agency, run by the Russian billionaire class, used the promise of power and influence to cultivate Trump as well as his closest aides, the Kremlin Crew, to become unwitting assets of the Russian government. The goal? To put an end to 240 years of free and fair American democratic elections.

The Joint Ventured NationWhy America Needs a New Foreign Policy
ISBN: 9781510712225
By Edward Goldberg

In The Joint Ventured Nation, author Edward Goldberg argues that American foreign policy is too focused on a world that no longer exists, one in which political power is measured by military strength or fervent ideology. He details how our fate is now intertwined with our economic partners, and looks at how we should deal with states such as Russia and the various Middle Eastern nations that refuse to join the globalized world.

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