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The Moral Center: How Progressives Can Unite America Around Our Shared Values
As the 2008 presidential election nears, Americans on both the right and the left agree that America is in a moral crisis. For most citizens, though, this crisis is not about abortion, gay marriage, or the Òwar on Christmas,Ó but a growing culture of self-interest and a lack of greater purpose. Just as Americans must determine the leader that best...
As the 2008 presidential election nears, Americans on both the right and the left agree that America is in a moral crisis. For most citizens, though, this crisis is not about abortion, gay marriage, or the Òwar on Christmas,Ó but a growing culture of self-interest and a lack of greater purpose. Just as Americans must determine the leader that best represents our true values, America’s elected officials must look to restore our core beliefs of personal responsibility and duty to others. But we need a clear vision. In The Moral Center, now with a new introduction and updated throughout, Callahan explains how progressives and moderates can find common ground to build a new majority and a unified America.
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