Racism: a Disease That Is Deadly to Nations

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Joseph Kyle writes about the development of racism around the world in his new book

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I wrote this book to contribute to a real understanding of the roots of racism and to show they are based on false premises

We read about it in papers and see it constantly on the news. It’s not bringing life, but rather taking it. What is this deadly disease? It’s racism. America has become a nation that now is filled with hate and racial tension. How can we escape this hatred? What do Americans need to do to stop this violence?

In Joseph Kyle’s new book, “Death of A Nation,” he addresses racism like no one has ever before. This book presents raw facts about the negative aspects of racism and the effects it has on individuals, nations, and the world.

“I wrote this book to contribute to a real understanding of the roots of racism and to show they are based on false premises,” Kyle said.

“Death of A Nation,” covers a ten-year period in Kyle’s life from 1940 to 1950. His story is based on a group of young African Americans growing up in the segregated south and the impression of their surroundings as well as the world around them.

At the end of the book, Kyle presents documented, historical information dating from the first encounters between Africans and Europeans and how their interactions led to the development of superstitious American colonies and subsequently into the new nation.

By reading “Death of A Nation,” readers will understand that race has no scientific basis and that racist teachings tend to restrict the thinking of its believers and encourages outlandish behavior. Racism is an issue in America that needs to be addressed and by reading “Death of A Nation,” individuals can propel America to its fullest potential.

Death of a Nation
By: Joseph Kyle
ISBN: 978-1-5035-5910-3
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris

About the author
With a bachelor's in biology and chemistry from Morehouse College and his MS in cell physiology and biochemistry from Illinois Institute of Technology, Joseph Kyle is an expert in biological sciences. Now as an emerging author, Kyle has decided to take his passion for racism and reflect it in his new book, “Death of A Nation.” In his book, Kyle discusses numerous racial issues that have been in the present and past. Residing in Chicago, Kyle enjoys spending time with his wife, Kathryn, golfing, and playing with his grandchildren.

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