Author Rose Mary S.Y. Discusses the Ways to Reclaim the U.S.A.

New book analyzes the problems facing the country – and the steps to solve them

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Los Altos, CA (PRWEB) May 06, 2013

These are urgent and crucial times – the United States and the rest of the world are facing many challenges in the first decade of the new millennium. Recession, financial turmoil, environmental changes, terrorism – these are among the pressing issues that humanity has to address if the coming decades are to turn out well. Author Rose Mary Yadegar analyzes the problems facing the nation and comes up with certain conclusions – and proposals for solutions – in her enlightening and eye-opening book, Patriotism.

Patriotism offers an in-depth discussion about the inspiring personal experiences and patriotic sentiments of the author about the USA. From giving a detailed account of the civilization and background of her Assyrian roots, to the history of the American Presidents of her new homeland, Ms. Yadegar demonstrates the impact of our Presidents’ fateful decisions on our nation during and after their terms in office.

The author also gives a vivid and personal perspective of the Islamic Revolution that swept her native country of Iran and caused her family to eventually move overseas. Sweeping in scope and meticulously researched, she presents the conservative ideology that perhaps the most effective method in supporting American culture is the preservation of the old American traditions, family values, and high moral standards.

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About the Author
Rose Mary is an American of Assyrian heritage, who was born and raised in Iran. At age sixteen, prior to Iran's revolution she was sent to France, to continue her education, and later migrated to America. Through out her first years in the U.S., as an immigrant who could not speak English, and had no previous job experience, she faced many challenges. Gradually, as she began working, she learned English and later attended school. Over the years she has met many great Americans who have given her the opportunity to learn various professions in fields of Retail, Medical, electronic, Travel, Banking, and Real Estate. From the beginning of her residence in the U.S., she has experienced the kindness and generosity of many Americans who have created a sense of gratitude and appreciation in her, for America.

Patriotism * by Rose Mary S.Y.
Publication Date: January 31, 2013
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 483 pages; 978-1-4415-2058-6
Cloth Hardback; $34.99; 483 pages; 978-1-4415-2059-3

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