The Evolution of the American Democracy

The Evolution of the American Democracy : Government for the People, by the People Is in Danger

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As things now stand, we may be living in the last days of our Founders Constitutional Republic, of that there can be little doubt. At this point, the only question is what, if anything, can be done to salvage a little of the greatness that was once America. In this book, I trace the history of world democracy, explore the formation of America's democracy, discuss the issues we are facing today and present solutions. Economic inequality will become the major issue of our time and a major cause of our Great Republic's death. This inequality will fall most heavily on those young people of the early twenty first century as they are crushed by unemployment, high taxes to pay the government debt (incurred by their parents, not them) and the increasing costs associated with a liberal socialist "Entitlement Doctrine." No modern society can function for very long without a healthy middle class or at least the promise that one is quickly developing. When a majority of people decide that tomorrow will not be as good as today, the system is doomed. Without some constructive changes, faith in the American Dream will die; so will the Republic's future. It is only a question of time. We are being pushed toward one of three ultimate endgames: the imposition of the socialist state, a conservative reversal of the Nation at the ballot box or another Civil War. Per the 2016 election our Nation has been given a reprieve to reverse the Socialist Movement by electing a Conservative Populist President with a mandate in Congress. Socialism has had 50 years to establish itself in our Nation. The fight will be difficult but hope springs more

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  • Paperback | 106 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 6.1mm | 335.66g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514602474
  • 9781514602478

About Richard Castagner

Richard Castagner, Born 1944 in upstate New York, European and American Indian heritage. Enjoyed my childhood and by nature I have always been an independent wanderer. I moved to California in my early 20s where I finished college, worked in high tech, Silicon Valley and enjoyed my life to the fullest. I have always lived each day in my life like it is my last day, I hope that never changes. I now live as an expat in my Camelot, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Great weather, friends, beaches and more