This book is intended to outline an approach for the Republican party to take to prepare for 2020 and 2024. It presents a proposal for the Republican party to assume the mantle of the Common-Sense party, begin an adult to adult conversation with Millennials and perhaps prevent a war. Today a generational conflict is looming, but it isn’t a physical conflict. It is a battle of ideologies, the inherent, inalienable right of Individual Freedom enshrined in the American Declaration of Independence and U. S. Constitution versus an overarching State or Collective where there is no Individual Freedom., an ideology called Democratic Socialism or Marxism.
Republicans need to sell the idea that they are the party of Common-Sense but they need to do this on all the mainstream media outlets and social media platforms, the real information source of the Millennial Generation. They will not be able to do this if they don’t unite around the core values of the American Heartland. This new book by Dr. Martin Capages Jr., author of Why the Green New Deal is a Bad Deal for America defines the problem and presents an approach to resolve the underlying issues.
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About the Author
Martin attended Missouri State University and the Missouri University of Science and Technology where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in 1967. After receiving his Commission as an Army Ordnance Officer but prior to reporting for active duty, he joined Boeing Aircraft in Wichita as an Associate Engineer working on the new 737. He reported for active duty in June 1967. After completing active duty, Martin joined Exxon in Houston, Texas, with assignments throughout the U.S. and Europe to include serving as acting North Sea Development Planning Manager for Exxon in London, Production Operations in the Gulf of Mexico, Engineering Manager for the Texas Midland District, the Alaska Financial and Facilities groups, and Exxon's Western Division Computing organization. He left Exxon in 1984 to join Kerr McGee in Oklahoma as Manager of Engineering Services until 1992 when he left the petroleum industry to start his own structural engineering consulting firm, ARIS Engineering Inc., in Springfield, Missouri. He continued post-graduate studies in Civil Engineering and Management receiving an earned Doctorate in Engineering Management in 2002. He retired from full time practice in 2012.