I'm Not a Celebrity: So, Why Should You Care What This Old Man Has to Say?

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AuthorHouse, Mar 1, 2012 - Reference - 108 pages
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We Americans are engaged in an ideological struggle to decide whether we will remain a nation committed to the principles of individual freedom and self reliance or be transformed into an European style of socialism. Westin believes too many Americans are either to busy or disinterested to take the time to study the issues and gather the information needed to make intelligent decisions. Instead they allow themselves to be influenced by the diatribe spewed by late night talk show hosts, TV and radio political pundits, biased politicians and other celebrities. Don't be fooled by the small size of I'm Not a Celebrity. It provides a mini encyclopedia of information behind the most important headline issues confronting our nation. It is packed between autobiographic bookends establishing Westin's credibility as a senior citizen and presenting his example of what it takes to achieve the American Dream. Westin reminds us that history teaches that the decline of free democratic societies begins with the deterioration of social morality. If America is to remain the leader of the free world, each of us, regardless of political, racial, ethnic or religious affiliation, must take it upon ourselves to live moral lives and challenge those who turn their backs on common decency. If we don't, the freedoms we have enjoyed will be lost. He hopes that by reading I'm Not a Celebrity, you will be moved to action.
 

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