The Peculiar Predicament of American Democracy
A More Perfect Union interweaves history and current affairs in an attempt to show what citizenry in America is and how our government was designed to work. By providing objectivity and historical perspective, it bridges our revolutionary origins, our founding fathers, our Constitution, and modern politics so that citizens may truly understand and appreciate the path our government has taken. It begins by introducing readers more intimately with our founding fathers and the values which precipitated our constitution. Progressively, it introduces the reader to developments, traditions, and movements which spawned after and without any basis in our constitution. A More Perfect Union argues that finding our place within our government is about participation, perspective, and progress.