(PRWEB) September 22, 2014
TRINITY, Fla. – John F. Kennedy once said, “Let us not seek the republican answer nor the democratic answer but the right answer.” That has been the driving force for ATOS to continue writing about his observations regarding the decline in quality individuals sent by the voting public to Washington D.C. In his latest publication ATOS asks and answers the question: “Is America On The Brink Of Socialistic Collapse?” (published by Xlibris).
Many recent publications have been an expression of dissatisfaction of the American citizens toward the current state of the American nation. This book is somewhat inclined in that area, but with a lot more say — as the author proposes solutions and not just complains about the problem.
By releasing his third book that sheds light on the current political plight of the US, ATOS’ expresses his desire to make right the injustices that plague the country. This text examines the political corruption which he observes to continue because of “leaders desiring to get re-elected rather than do what is right.”
Written in a straightforward manner, ATOS’ statements are hurled toward both the elected congressional officials, challenging them to examine their deeds and the voting public to be vigilant and be critical of the individuals they thrust into public service.
“Is America On The Brink Of Socialistic Collapse?”
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 50 pages | ISBN 9781499046403
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 50 pages | ISBN 9781499046410
E-Book | 50 pages | ISBN 9781499046397
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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