Stamford, CT (Vocus/PRWEB) April 05, 2011
From the author of Be Honest To Succeed and Amenah comes a new interesting and revealing book that readers will surely find beneficial. Released through Xlibris, KEFAYAH Sickness of Power is a perfect addition to anyone’s bookshelf.
KEFAYAH Sickness of Power is an eye-opening book that studies and analyzes the political movements of society and how the United States policy makers are affected by the “sickness of power.” Throughout this book, Metwally explains how the “sickness of power” affected the American policymakers, the US elections, and caused the failures of two major political parties that are supposed to serve the American people and their needs. The author also explains how this policy affects the financial sector, the news media, health care, education, the morals of society, the economy and the wars. His emphasis is on the use of brain power that would save lives and money, and produce love and peace.
Providing suggestion to the American people to create a “New America” and a new “American Party” using their Brain Power to achieve the highest values for America, the author believes that KEFAYAH Sickness of Power is an enriching read for everyone.
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About the Author
A.H. Metwally was born in Egypt. He received his BA in Business Administration from Alexandria University and his MBA from Long Island University. He has a C.H.A. from the Institute of American Hotel Associations. He is the author of the books Be Honest To Succeed and Amenah.
KEFAYAH Sickness of Power * by A.H. Metwally, MBA, CHA
Publication Date: March 14, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 230 pages; 978-1-4568-4987-0
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 230 pages; 978-1-4568-4988-7
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4568-4989-4
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