History shows that some of the greatest statesmen in the United States have been Republicans. Lincoln, Roosevelt and Reagan lifted the Grand Old Party to the highest peaks of political power and public approval. Nevertheless, during the last decade, the party''s reputation has suffered and support has decreased. In order for the Republicans to redeem themselves, new political leaders are needed – ones that could inspire the nation similarly to their historical counterparts. This book lets you have a closer look at the Republican Party, its structure and several current leaders who – although criticized – have become some of the planet''s most recognized politicians.