New Book Discusses Liberal and Conservative Views

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‘Right is Wrong’ takes a closer look at two political philosophies and helps decode both

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Only bold action will result in progress toward a better world

Stephen Schade examines the merits of liberalism and conservatism, seeking to prove that liberalism holds more benefits to societies, companies and individuals in “Right is Wrong: The Case Against Conservatism
(published by iUniverse)

Schade jokes, “…the book will seem puzzling since I was raised by a staunch Republican.” Using that joking humor, he explores the two views from political, social, historical and economic perspectives. Throughout the book, he explains certain aspects of government, such as:

  •     political cycles change every thirty years
  •     recessions coincide with conservatives being in power
  •     liberals are more effective than conservatives
  •     conservative policies hurt most Americans.

Schade also considers important financial concepts, such as stagflation, inflation and stock market dynamics. Using historical statistics and insight gained from years of research, he comes to conclusions regarding the two schools of thought, urging the reader to take a deeper interest in politics.

“Only bold action will result in progress toward a better world,” explains Schade.

About the Author

Stephen Schade is a chemical engineer with a Master’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Missouri–Rolla (now Missouri University of Science and Technology). He has been an active member in the Chicago Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers for many years, as well as a section officer for AIChE for four years. He grew up in Cape Girardeau, Mo., and lives in Mount Prospect, Ill.

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