Make America Great” is a powerful discussion of the current state of America.
MADVILLE, Pennsylvania (PRWEB)
September 22, 2022
The Pyrrhic State of America: Make America Great: an eye-opening argument for the need for change. The Pyrrhic State of America: Make America Great is the work of published authors Ronald Barnes and Amanda Gray.
Ronald Barnes received his BA in Economics from Coe College and his MA in Religious Studies from the University of Chicago. He also enrolled in a master’s program in political psychology at Arizona State University and is currently completing his Ph.D. in Psychology from Grand Canyon University (2022). He spent over fifteen years in American business before starting his own business and returned after ten years in business for an MA and Ph.D. Barnes is the author of the book Practice What You Preach, Preach What You Practice and is an inductee member of Psi Chi, an international psychology honor society, and Coes Hall of Fame, and a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.
Amanda Gray received her Juris Doctorate from Valparaiso University School of Law and a BA in Economics from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She was a major contributor to the Journal of Nursing Regulations, a 116-page global profile of international nursing published in January 2020. Coupled with her passion for a just, sustainable and kind world, Gray is an accomplished singer, having performed at Carnegie Hall conducting John Rutter (CBE) in the world premiere of “Mass for the Children”.
Barnes and Gray share: “Dr. Ronald Barnes and attorney Amanda Gray have collaborated to provide a comprehensive overview of the current state of American society. The Pyrrhic State of America addresses the state of the economic, educational, social, psychological and legal perspectives and their impact on the political climate caused by the coronavirus pandemic. An analysis of GNP, GDP, international trade issues, the US debt situation, income inequality, political and employment statistics provides insight into the fragile nature of the American economy. Hopefully, the views of American citizens and political leaders in a discriminatory America related to the coronavirus will cause America to reevaluate its priorities and strategies
“DR. Barnes and Attorney Gray argue that the best interests of American citizens are being ignored in favor of politicians who serve the minority of affluent and wealthy Americans. Assessing legal issues limiting liberties and assessing the impact of government officials serving the Deliberately misleading the public are investigated. Past policies and laws that have favored the wealthy and upper class have had a Pyrrhic impact on American culture and society. America’s ability or inability to handle crises under the Trump administration is evidence that that America’s economy is fragile, based on the benefits of the few at the expense of the many.
“The analysis of the problems gives us insights for improvements. Ironically, America’s reputation as “the best country in the world” has paradoxically produced the unhappiest generations of people, the Millennials, Generations X, Y and Z. How can a great country have unhappy citizens? It is the betterment of our American society and the implementation of policies and laws that better serve American citizens that should be the focus of this book.”
Ronald Barnes and Amanda Gray’s new book, published by Christian Faith Publishing, is an engaging call to action that will motivate readers to strive for major changes in American politics.
Barnes and Gray are a strong team that will not compromise when it comes to evaluating the importance of the modern world and the potential future that looms on the horizon.
Consumers can purchase The Pyrrhic State of America: Make America Great at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, the Apple iTunes Store, or Barnes and Noble.
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