The Publisher’s Lunch deal wire just lit up with word of a new Ron Paul book: a “memoir of his career in politics, revealing his encounters with the major political figures over the last thirty years, and those events that shaped him and made him the man and politician he is.”
The book is hilariously titled The Revolution: A Memoir. It is a follow-up to his last one, The Revolution: A Manifesto.
Ben Greenberg at Grand Central acquired the book for a major sum—probably a good bet, however much it was, considering Manifesto was catapulted to number one on the New York Times bestseller list by the liberterian congressman’s rabid (but well-organized!) disciples.