In his book, Who is Killing the Republican Party? An Old Professor’s Jolly Rant, politically-independent author George L. Fouke, Ph.D. takes the Republican Party to the woodshed with tough love hoping for its revival as part of a viable two-party system. “The Republican Party has lost contact with Abraham Lincoln’s concern for everyman and it’s killing the party,” he says. “We’re at a tipping point. With their next votes, Americans will choose to have a society of wealth or a society of moral purpose. If we can excite the ‘on-the-fence’ voter to recognize how the Republican Party’s abandonment of Lincoln’s values has reduced everyman to a primitive, job hunter-gatherer nomad and vote for the ‘accumulate-wealth-and-use-with-purpose’ side, I’ve accomplished my mission.”
About the Author:
George L. Fouke is a retired political science and interdisciplinary studies professor who has also authored: Damn the Warocracy: A Plea to Restore American Democracy, and A Global Strategy for Survival: Lessons from the Jewish Experience.
Fouke lives with his wife on the Space Coast of Florida. His favorite author is Thomas Wolfe, for his undying belief in the promise of America.
Who is Killing the Republican Party? is available at Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com for a pre-election price of $1.99. Also available as a paperback. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NX027FU.
For more information about Professor Fouke and his books: www.georgelfouke.com