If you want to better understand America's true history and learn critical facts relevant to today's global problems and challenges, this book is for you.
In an easily readable format, this book is an outstanding primer containing critically important historical events and facts that are not as widely known or commonly discussed. The reader will likely be challenged on many common notions regarding America and its place in the world community. Adding at times a starkly different perspective, the information in this book is an excellent supplement to other texts regarding the country's history.
The information in this book:
Arms the reader with powerful historical information with which to make well-informed conclusions on important matters of the day
Provides facts relating to America's standing with regards to weapons, weapons-of-mass-destruction, and national security
Adds a much-needed perspective on terrorism and international aggression
Clarifies connections between American democracy, capitalism, and the world economy
Places the United States in a realistic global context
References additional sources of related information
Suggests ideas for a healthy, prosperous, and sustainable America
Notes on the State of America is particularly relevant to the times, and it is an immensely valuable guide for understanding current events and the modern world. The book is packed with information - a treat for both young and older readers. It is sure to prompt further learning, discussion, and debate.
Craighton Gee is a consultant and executive for companies developing renewable energy and other environmentally clean technologies. He holds an engineering degree from the University of California at Berkeley, and graduated at the top of his MBA class in International Business and Finance from the University of San Francisco.
Mr. Gee has worked for a number of high technology companies, including multinational corporations. His interests include international business and trade, social ventures, finance, technology, and government. Mr. Gee has traveled internationally, and he has served locally on government commissions and as a consultant to public sector agencies. Mr. Gee has also worked with and supported various non-profit and community organizations. He is a third generation San Franciscan, and remains enamored with the Bay Area.
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