Haddonfield, New Jersey (PRWEB) November 22, 2014
Mark Mullen wants to know: Is America becoming a country of throw away employees? Can the rich save America? Does social media isolate its users? Why do some people complain about religious displays on public property? Are CEOs overpaid? Why do politicians promote college for everyone? How do Americans feel about their local school and the way it educates their children?
Stephen Fisher, a reviewer for Readers’ Favorite declares, “Mark writes with a style that drew me in, like getting advice from your favorite uncle or grandfather, and he kept me from putting the book down. America: We Have the Country We Want is smart, witty and filled with information worthy of the patriotic conversations of our forefathers.”
Ashley Tetzlaff, another reviewer wrote, “ In his book, America: We Have The Country We Want, Mark Mullen gives a citizen’s view of hot American topics, including: business, education, society in general, religion, guns, the media, etc. In each subject, Mullen begins by presenting a common view and then goes on to present different facts and angles to give the reader better knowledge in that area. He also includes his personal viewpoint, often in tongue-in-cheek ways.”
What makes this book different from hundreds of other books on American culture? The answer is a fresh perspective and a common sense approach in examining the country we want. This is not another book advocating social changes or academic research to confirm or deny a specific philosophical theory.
Rather, this book questions, entertains and enlightens readers with analysis and observations on some of todays most talked about social issues. Even so, the book is sure to polarize readers from across the political spectrum with its bold claims and refusal to simply bow down to mainstream political and media sound bites.