How To Press America's Reset Button

How To Press America's Reset Button

by Sean Burke

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Overview

Are you fed up with your government? Are you concerned about the future of your country, and what it'll be like for the young Americans who will inherit it from us? Do you wish you could take some kind of action--but aren't sure what you can do that will make any difference at all?

How to Press America's Reset Button lays out exactly how you can take back control of your government by severing the ever-increasing power that lobbyists, billionaires and other special interest groups have over our elected officials.

This down-to-earth, easy-to-read handbook was written by a man whose concern for his children's future inspired him to search for a way that he could personally change the country's course for the better. After months of exhaustive research, he stumbled upon America's "reset button," a key to fixing our government that every American can put into action.

How to Press America's Reset Button doesn't favor any party, nor does it bash any individual, group or ideology. Instead, it offers a specific, effective solution Americans can use to actively--and very easily--put their country on a new path of repair, stability and growth.

Surprisingly simple and incredibly powerful, pressing the reset button will completely upend how business is currently conducted in Washington. It's not a hope or a wish, but a way to make real change--before things get so bad, there's no turning back.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940156674961
Publisher: Sean Burke
Publication date: 11/06/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 250
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Sean Burke is the founder of the nonprofit Reset Our Gov, which encourages Americans to press the “reset button” and take back control of their country. He also founded the Paparazzi Reform Initiative, a privacy rights nonprofit responsible for passing four new privacy laws. Burke has appeared on such programs as the Today Show, the CBS Evening News and Sky News and has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, USA Today and the Los Angeles Times.

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