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The noise from both Washington and the media is deafening, the deeds of our lawmakers alarming. America needs a break from the posturing and the politicking. We need information: how we got here and where we are headed.

Catherine Crier, one of the most respected figures in television journalism, presents an incisive, unbiased analysis of America's political crisis - delivering a message we cannot afford to ignore. America must move beyond political parties to invest in our nation's future. Not just with money, but with vision, wisdom, and reason.

©2011 Catherine Crier (P)2011 Tantor

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  • DD
  • Pittsburgh, PA, United States
  • 03-22-12

Excellent in all respects!

Catherine Crier has put together a common sense approach to America's problems. She leaves partisanship behind and calls out bad behavior from both sides. Excellent narration by Pam Ward makes listening to this audio book a very pleasant experience.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Factually incorrect in many areas. Makes assumptions about the relation of morality and religion that are not supposed to be questioned. More interested in her vision than what is logical.

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