America: One Nation, Under Heavy Divide

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Are we one people, and one America? Or is there much more to it than that? Presidents like FDR, Lyndon Johnson, George H.W. Bush, and Ronald Reagan; are elections like those that created these great men even possible in the 21st Century? Or are we left to spin the tale of Presidents, Elections, and aspects of American History itself gone by, and therefore, never to be seen by anyone again? More
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About Bryan Fitzmartin

Bryan Fitzmartin is an author who enjoys writing about early American History, the history of the culture that existed on the eastern seaboard of America before the American Revolution, and also the American Founding Fathers. In his Early America work, Fitzmartin focuses on Monarchy, their system of social ranks, and the American Founding Fathers. Fitzmartin is also writes about early American warfare, and the run up to the Revolution itself.

Fitzmartin also enjoys writing about Modern American politics, and American elections.

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Review by: Sam Raddeback on Dec. 17, 2014 :
Yes, thank you! In Europe, a "conservative" is basically a "liberal" in the United States, and in Europe (western, northern, and now, eastern), the left-wing parties are democratic socialist parties and social democratic Parties, which are much father to the left than American liberals. That is the axis on which politics swings in both America and Europe. Europe, is much farther to the left, America is much farther to the right.

I highly recommend reading this, it's really cool. I did research on this very topic in college and grad school. Kudos!
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Review by: Mark Prior on Dec. 15, 2014 :
I thought it was a fun read; I liked it. I'd recommend it to other folks.
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Review by: Tiffany Bradey on Dec. 12, 2014 :
I loved it! I love how the author lays out both sides of the argument from all ends of the political spectrum, Republican, Democrat, and Social Democrat, and shows how no one way of thinking is for everyone. I also had no idea so many american elections were "blowouts." I was amazed when I looked that up and saw how many there were.

I have no idea what Desertphile is thinking, if you're too stupid to learn something you don't know or to look up the facts to see that they're right don't bother writing reviews.
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