From the benign to the revolutionary, a bold and powerful discussion about "divorce" in the United States of America.
Is the United States facing a societal “divorce”?
Can a revitalized pro-America, pro-worker, pro-business, and anti-swamp Republican Party have the power to break today’s democratic paralysis?
What possible mass-movement role does an ex-president Trump have in our divorce discussion?
Should both Republicans and Democrats demand a constitutional convention that outlines the pros and cons of a Brexit-like, geographical breakup--to 330 million Americans?
Or will both sides continue traveling down an "ugly" divorce path that could ultimately be decided by an undemocratic set of circumstances?
With impeccable timing, a bold conversation that considers how Blue and Red Americans can move beyond the politics of mutual destruction.
Released as the nation is reeling from a global pandemic, racial unrest, and a weak U.S. presidency, An American Divorce is a must-read for those Republicans and Democrats who want to move beyond the dysfunctional marriage that we today call the United States of America.