Liberty University Press Releases Sellout: Musings from Uncle Tom's Porch

Book discusses Liberty University professor’s personal account on race in America

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Lynchburg, VA (PRWEB) June 18, 2012

Liberty University Press released Sellout: Musings from Uncle Tom's Porch, a Liberty University government professor’s personal account on race in America.

U.S. Air Force Veteran, Ronald Miller wrote Sellout to explain how he has come to identify himself as a conservative. Often feeling outcast in the black political community, Miller seeks to encourage others to think for themselves about politics, effective government, family, and human life. Sellout explores identity politics and the implications of placing race above values. Opposing popular opinion, the author points out the harmful effects of liberal policies on the black community.

Miller has been featured on a variety of radio, television, and print mediums including Fox and Friends, The 700 Club, MSNBC, the Washington Post and, the Washington Examiner. He has served in the federal government as a senior executive with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, then the Department of Homeland Security and finally with the U.S. Small Business Administration. A married father of three, Miller currently serves as associate dean and assistant professor of government at Liberty. He remains a conservative activist and has written columns for numerous online sites and print publications, including American Thinker, Tea Party Nation and, Red County. His personal website is http://www.TeamRonMiller.com

Liberty University, located in Lynchburg, Va., is the world’s largest Christian university. Nearly 100,000 students attend classes on its 6,800-acre residential campus and study in its thriving online education program.

Sellout is now available at the Liberty University Bookstore and through http://www.amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.


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