From the benign to the revolutionary, a bold and powerful discussion about "divorce" in the United States of America.
Why is the USA facing a societal divide no less profound than the Civil War?
To unify the USA, should Americans first consider the radical alternative of breaking the country apart?
Or are both sides heading on a “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 contentious presidential election, 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.