New Book: New perspectives on what is happening to our democracy and what can be done to remedy the situation.
The Mission: Save Democracy by energyzing a unified grassroots citizens' movement to demonstrate the overwhelming numbers of people who are moving toward a democratized nation once again and are no longer willing to function in an oligarchic system which defines life in economic terms.
The 2016 election brought America to a new watershed moment; will we continue under the domination of a neoliberal economic elite or will we find our way back to democracy. This book shows how we got here and how we can take our democracy back.Purchase on Amazon
AN IMPORTANT PERSPECTIVE FOR ANYONE TRYING TO UNDERSTAND WHAT IS HAPPENING IN AMERICAN POLITICS!
Saving Democracy is based on a deep belief in democracy, a faith in the basic goodness of ordinary people and in their infinite creativity and resilience. It is about calling up the American Spirit and renewing faith in the American Dream.
A new perspective on politics in the United States.
Saving Democracy is made more accessible because of story telling and metaphor. Check out the Perspective sections with titles like: “The American Oz”, “The Town”, “The Castle”, “The Wall” and “Learning to Spell”.
All aboard! This is an American Watershed moment. It is a time for a system change, from neoliberal economics to a more humanized and sustainable democratic system.
We are at the train station and must decide on the Dystopian Express to an unsustainable future or the Democracy Local to a inclusive, sustainable and humanized future.
What others are saying:
Congressman Rick Nolan: “R.W. Passi’s new book Saving Democracy is a remarkably important, insightful and clever must-read for all Americans who care about the survival of our Democracy”.
Tom Hanson-Chair, Minnesota Committee on Foreign Relations and international educator: “R.W. Passi has written a timely and heartfelt analysis of the challenges facing America today. His is an informed and thought-provoking voice in the citizen debate that underpins our democracy.”