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Re–United States (the book)
The Common Sense Guide for Defending America in the Age of Terror
Early in the 21st century, America is entangled in a World War quite different from every previous conflict. We are witness to a clash between what many believe to be irreconcilable civilizations: the modernity of America and the West versus the status quo of circa 900 AD, represented by Islamic fundamentalism.
Re-United States, the book, is basically a present day version of Thomas Paine’s, Common Sense: addressing both Islamic extremism and American political division with just the right tincture of realism, patriotism, and optimism to satisfy a very broad, target audience. Written by a non-partisan, it is a “one stop shop” intended to educate and motivate American’s to reject rhetoric and engage constructive debate. This book is a must read for those who believe that it is time for our leaders to stop defending a political office, a party or a news channel and start defending a nation.
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“Re-United States presents a compassionate, smart, and educated case for Americans to identify and reject both violent and non-violent (stealth) Jihad.” Liberals, Conservatives, and Independents will all benefit from this book as we are encouraged to come together to preserve our nation.”
– Joel Surnow, Executive Producer, Co-creator and Writer for the acclaimed TV series, 24
“Dr. Marc Weisman warns of the dangers of America’s division and polarization and offers commonsense solutions (12 Step Plan) to save American freedoms from the threat of Radical Islam. He offers a unique perspective and hope for the average American individual who can make a difference in bringing about the unity of vision and action to a serious point in US history.”
– Nonie Darwish, author: ‘Now They Call Me Infidel’ and ‘Cruel And Usual Punishment’
“A measured and smart investigation of the huge chasm that can exist between political correctness and plain-as-day common sense.”
– John Eckberg, The Cincinnati Enquirer, author: ‘The Success Effect’