A Flag Not My Father's: A Moderate Perspective of American Politics

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Tate Pub & Enterprises Llc, 2012 - Political Science - 64 pages
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After escaping a civil-war torn, Lebanon and finding refuge in America, Ahmad Slim realized what constitutes real happiness and how to achieve it. In his effort to pursue happiness, he completed medical school and fulfilled his dream of becoming a physician.
But after the tragic events of 9/11, he found his true purpose and volunteered to join the army to defend the constitution from all enemies—foreign and domestic. Now, deployed back into those war-torn countries he left behind so many years ago, he has discovered that the solution to America's extreme politics lies in moderation. It's time for America to implement this moderation so that all may have the chance to succeed.A Flag Not My Father'sis not only the author's autobiography but a collection of thoughts on politics, the economy, healthcare, social entitlement, and tolerance. It is a book of reflections based on a life spent between two worlds, where the tribal world and the modern world collide.

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