Bloomington, IN, March 22, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The hard fall of a Giant.
Author Lyke hopes to recapture moral high ground in American politics.
Written by a psychologist, not a political pundit, The Impotent Giant (published by iUniverse) by H. John Lyke, Ph.D., is a journey into the soul of America that asks many questions about this once powerful giant (the United States), its future and how to return it to its former greatness.
Lyke feels that America has been on a disastrous course in the past 35 years and wonders if the United States can still be a world leader? Because politicians are more about keeping their power and influence and serving just a select minority, a giant makeover is necessary.
Some of the topics included in The Impotent Giant include:
* Why our country is so impotent
* Why it’s difficult, sometimes almost down right impossible, to persuade voters to shift party lines
* Why our government is broken
* Why it should be every American’s concern that we come together again as a nation so that our ‘Divided States of America’ again becomes the ‘United States of America’
* Why Abraham Lincoln was considered by most authorities as the greatest president this country has ever had and why he is used in this book as the gold standard to which all other presidents are compared
As an American veteran, Lyke feels that the true greatest generation is yet to come in America. But in order to do that we all must lead by example. We must become politically active by voting, protesting and lobbying for a better leader and a better future. It’s not a time to be selfish and uncaring toward the needs of others, it’s time to reach out and give a helping hand and awaken the giant.
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