Daniel Oppenheimer talked about his book Exit Right: The People Who Left the Left and Reshaped the American Century, in which he examines six political personalities who changed their ideological allegiances from the left to the right, including Ronald Reagan, Whittaker Chambers, Christopher Hitchens, David Horowitz, and Norman Podhoretz. In his book, the author questions why people divide themselves into partisan groups and what it would take to dismantle political grouping. close
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