Author Dave Crawford Provides Readers with an Outsider’s View of American Society in new Novel, "The Deadly Serious Republic"

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Satirical novel provides readers with a different perspective on American culture, civilization and politics in satirical novel

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Inequality in society rife with economic problems and political and social instability can drive people to do drastic things.

How can American societal issues influence the rest of the world?

In “The Deadly Serious Republic,” author Dave Crawford brings to light fundamental issues impacting American society that also affect people all over the globe.

Throughout his life, Crawford has seen an increase in inequalities develop in democratic western civilizations. According to Crawford, if inequalities are left unaddressed, history has shown the consequences can be dire.

“Inequality in society rife with economic problems and political and social instability can drive people to do drastic things,” Crawford said. “We saw this during the 20th century with the Russian Revolution and we also experienced it with the rise of the Nazis in Germany.”

Satirical yet solemn, Crawford’s novel explores underlying social tensions prevalent in many parts of the western world. Crawford details the most pressing issues and explains how these issues harm humanity.

“The Deadly Serious Republic”

By Dave Crawford
Paperback: $29.99
ISBN: 978-1-4836-4894-1
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris

About the author:
Dave Crawford was born in England and migrated to Australia at the age of seventeen. Crawford was employed as a field assistant on a research station outside Darwin before restarting his studies and earning a Master of Science degree. In the meantime, he was married, started a family and worked as a technical officer in agriculture research. Moving on, Crawford gained a teacher’s qualification and taught school science. He has since retired from teaching, but at the age of 70, he still works in a high school.

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