Patricia Muth’s new book “A Title in the Making: Perot Movement Laid the Foundation to Take Back America. Where Do We Go From Here?” is a plea for America to “wake up.”

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Recent release “A Title in the Making: Perot Movement Laid the Foundation to Take Back America. Where Do We Go From Here?” from Page Publishing author Patricia Muth is both a well-researched analysis of and a heartfelt ode to the millions of Americans who rallied to the call from the billionaire business man from Texas whose blunt criticisms of the American Government in the early nineties were felt by so many. The call was to take back America.

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Patricia Muth, a proven leader who proved many times over that women can be successful in male-dominated fields, has completed her new book “A Title in the Making: Perot Movement Laid the Foundation to Take Back America. Where Do We Go From Here?”: a fascinating portrait of the reception of the American people to a new and thrilling kind of political message.

A supporter of the Perot Movement since its conception, Muth writes: “Today we stand with millions of others—parents and grandparents—deeply concerned about the very apparent abomination happening in America. Things are moving so fast; we do not have the luxury of time to omit the teaching of political discernment to our children and grandchildren. Hopefully this story provides a perspective toward such discernment: for our eyes to be open to the always-present avaricious and manipulative design seen in ever-changing laws and political fashions.”

John Leboutillier, a Fox News Political Insider, columnist and former Republican member of the House of Representatives said, “A Title In The Making reveals what most of today's political press never knew: the Perot Movement in 1992 laid the ground work for the Tea Party Movement of 2010 and then the Trump Campaign of 2015-2016. Mr. Perot was clearly ahead of his time: forewarning the Political Establishment that out-of-control federal spending was the sleeper issue among millions of voters and that trade deals - NAFTA in particular - were undermining America's working class. Perot himself was a contradiction: a deep patriotism combined with a political naiveté that prevented him - and his predecessors - from achieving the political success they desired.”

Gordon S. Black, formerly an Associate Professor at the University of Rochester and founder and CEO of the Harris Poll, said “I am thoroughly enjoying the book, but it makes me sad that we could not have accomplished more. Greed, avarice, and power are the aphrodisiacs of the politician class.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Patricia Muth’s compelling     piece is not a biography of Ross Perot, the “populist billionaire,” but a thrilling invitation to be part of a solution.

Told in an engaging narrative form, this book follows the birth of the populist movement: the independent presidential run of 1992, the non-partisan voter organization of United We Stand America, and finally the formation of a major third political party—the Reform Party— that ran its first presidential candidate in 1996 on the ballot in all fifty states. The excitement remembered as a result of interviews with over one-hundred and thirty real-life devotees ignites the pages with a contagious energy that serves to command the reader to truly re-examine the current state of America as well as its future.

Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “A Title in the Making: Perot Movement Laid the Foundation to Take Back America. Where Do We Go From Here?” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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