Discovering Possibility: A Common Sense Conservative Manifesto (for Classical Liberals Too)

Discovering Possibility: A Common Sense Conservative Manifesto (for Classical Liberals Too)

by Kevin Kervick


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Common Sense Conservatism is America's new centrism. Readers will find something refreshing in this timely book, in which the author, a marriage and family therapist, teacher, and community-builder, draws from a rich sociological perspective to outline an optimistic roadmap for restoring America from the ground up.

The author promotes the humanistic classical liberalism of the enlightenment as a common sense alternative to the top down government or religious answers that have dominated most so-called progressive reform initiatives in the 20th Century. He draws from libertarian psychology and communitarianism to outline a thoughtful explication of what needs to be deconstructed so that America can rediscover what made her exceptional.

Discovering Possibility is novel, bold, and inspirational at a time when many are seeking independent solutions. Discovering Possibility offers a compelling way forward for all Americans who are using their vast energies to rediscover and restore America.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781456327262
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/28/2011
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

Kevin Kervick is a coach, teacher, and social entrepreneur with a background in marriage and family therapy and human services leadership.

For the past six years, Kevin has been working as a community-capacity builder for A Place for Possibilities, which is an educational nonprofit corporation he founded in 2005, and as a consultant/trainer for other groups, including an international organization that supports the United States Military.

His recent polemic, Interpersonal Wisdom, the Capacities and Characteristics of the Best Talk Therapists, published in the forward-thinking New Therapist Magazine, a South-African publication, was well-received as a visionary, iconoclastic view and call to action.

Kevin has been married to his high school sweetheart, Karen (Frevel) for twenty-eight years and they have two grown children, Lauren twenty-six, and Brian, twenty-four. Kevin and Karen currently reside in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Kevin writes about Independent politics on at

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