Indivisible: Uniting Values for a Divided America
Stroud & Hall Publishers, 2005 - Social values - 206 pages
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are core values that have defined Americans for over two centuries. In a time when many pundits argue that America is a politically divided nation, Martha Zoller, a radio and television personality herself, argues that in our shared national history we have more common ground that unites us as a people than divides us. Beyond this, her book, Indivisible: Uniting Values for a Divided Nation, claims that there are values uniquely unifying among us that can and will propel this great nation into a new day. Martha Zoller pinpoints a wide range of issues where she believes the American public'the voters'are unified, from health care and abortion to terrorism and the war in Iraq to social security and public education. She argues that if the American public embraces the commonality that is inherent, America as a whole will be reshaped into the unified and indivisible form originally intended'a government for the people and by the people.
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