Books by Frances FitzGerald

THE EVANGELICALS by Frances FitzGerald
Released: April 4, 2017

"Overflowing with historical anecdote and contemporary reportage and essential to interpreting the current political and cultural landscape."
Another superb work by renowned but long-absent political journalist FitzGerald (Vietnam: Spirits of the Earth, 2002, etc.), this one centering on the roiling conflict among American brands of Christianity. Read full book review >
Released: April 1, 2000

"A difficult subject, endowed with enough drama, irony, and political perception to match its importance."
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and journalist FitzGerald (Cities on a Hill, 1986, etc.) mixes comprehensive detail and tart observation in this account of high-tech meeting high-touch—the promotion of the Strategic Defensive Initiative (SDI) by Ronald Reagan. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1986

"Her insights are fascinating, sometimes amusing, often troubling and always stimulating."
The Pulitzer-prize-winning author (Fire in the Lake) turns a penetrating gaze on four recently evolved "communities" which, she contends, exemplify America's unique penchant for abandoning the culture of the mainstream to set up diverse, self-contained societies. Read full book review >
AMERICA REVISED by Frances FitzGerald
Released: Oct. 16, 1979

"Vigorous and persuasive."
An intelligent, reflective examination of American history textbooks by an author (Fire in the Lake) of consuming curiosity and no crippling allegiances. Read full book review >