I know it's a troll but I'll bite. I've only finished the first three chapters (about 80 or 90 pages into it), I'm not going to type out the whole book for you, but so far it's explained how Winston Churchill and Ronald Reagan had to deal with defeatist liberals.
I'll pull a quote from page 39 that I think is pretty relevant.
"Only through the courageous leadership of Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt was the Third Reich finally held accountable for its actions. In taking on the German military-a war machine every bit as fierce as the Nazi death machine-the Allies were compelled by three basic principles: that totalitarian government is the enemy of freedom; that the systematic oppression and cruelty it fosters is not merely senseless, but utterly evil; and that appeasement can never defeat that evil-it can only embloden it.
As the War on Terror progresses these three lessons are equally important today."
"Those who fail to recognize evil, finally, are doomed to fall into the trap of appeasement. And no story in the last century has thrown the danger of appeasement into greater relief than the sorry tale of Neville Chamberlain, the British prime minister who tried to beg peace with Adolf Hitler-and returned having lost everything at the bargaining table. The contrast between Chamerlain and his successor, Winston Churchill, is an object lesson for anyone who still believes a murderer like Saddam Hussein or Osama bin Laden can be tamed by half-measures."
If you're interested in more I suggest you consider reading it yourself. So far it's been enjoyable. I haven't had much time to work through it because between reading the hobbit (which I'm only 1 chapter into) and the work I've been doing, and my trip to DC this weekend, and church functions I've had yesterday and today, I simply haven't been able to move through it as fast as I'd hoped. I've got about 250 pages left to go.