Through the prism of Jesse Lee Peterson’s fascinating life experience and his history of grassroots community work on the streets of riot-torn south-central Los Angeles, Peterson and Stetson examine the violations of common sense and sound thinking that the current civil rights establishment constantly perpetrates against the American public. Peterson and Stetson point the way out of the statist mentality overtaking our public life, advocating a new culture of self-responsibility and moral renewal able to resuscitate the sagging spirits of an American public accustomed to looking everywhere but within for the solutions to their personal and political problems.
Endorsed by bestselling authors Shelby Stele and Dinesh D’Souza, this insightful work—with a foreword from bestselling ethicist Dennis Prager and “A Declaration of Racial Commonsense” signed by some of the leading social critics in the nation—is certain to provoke intense debate and discussion.
|Publisher:||Paragon House Publishers|
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About the Author
BRAD STETSON is Director of The David Institute, a social research group in southern California. He holds a Ph.D. in Social Ethics from the University of Southern California and has written widely on political and religious topics.
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