I recommend Elgin Hushbeck’s Preserving Democracy. In fact, I recommend that all political liberals read his book. The best learning experiences come in the midst of contention and disagreement. Political liberals would find their evenings far more productive if they read Hushbeck’s book instead of simply having their views mindlessly confirmed by watching MSNBC’s loony left evening lineup.
Find his continued thoughts at Thinking Through Preserving Democracy, Law, and Justice.
Alan Knox reviews Preserving Democracy.
Preserving Democracy is an excellent survey of the American political system and what has gone wrong. It is not a book that gives you a thorough in-depth view of any particular study and I wouldn’t say I came across anything new, but it still was an engaging read and is a book I would recommend for people who are less familiar with the bigger political issues of the day. …
Joel L. Watts has begun his review of Preserving Democracy, working through the introduction and chapters 1 & 2. Please join the discussion on his blog.
This is not a “Republican” book nor a “Democrat” book. It is an “American” book! You NEED to read it.