Manifesto of Common Sense

Manifesto of Common Sense

eBook - 2010
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Americans are being led down this primrose path unknowingly as politicians disguise, and even hide, the consequences of the policies they are pushing on America. The title of this book is a play on the "Manifesto of the Communist Party" written in 1848 by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engel in London. The reason I chose this title is because I believe America is becoming a socialist society. Signs of communist tendencies are appearing in more and more of our politicians. Americans may ultimately choose to adopt policies and philosophies that are consistent with the beliefs of Marx and Engel, but they should do so knowingly and with an educated intent of adopting this type of government.
A corporate lawyer’s manifesto on maintaining America’s economic superpower status and protecting our country’s future.
Most Americans want the same things. We may differ in our outlook on how to best achieve the things we want for our families, our community, our nation, and ourselves . . . but at our core, the majority of Americans agree with the goals of our nation. Are the glory days of America behind us?
It is not too late to change this growing perception, but that change requires the resolve of the American people. We are at war, not only against radical Islam and the forces of terrorism, but, more importantly, we are in an economic war that reflects directly on the ability of the United States to maintain its economic superpower status in the world. If we lose our position as the world’s leading economic superpower, life in America will change in ways we cannot even begin to imagine.

Publisher: Garden City, NY : Milton Rae Press, ©2010
ISBN: 9780982075050
Characteristics: 1 online resource


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