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by Michael Cuddehe
The Politics of Unity is a guide to the high road in political process; a social blueprint for a better world.
Our technological development is presenting us alternately with the means to create a vastly better life for everyone, or to destroy ourselves utterly. The outcome of this transition is dependent on how we organize our affairs and conduct our relationships with each other—our politics…
In The Politics of Unity, Michael Cuddehe identifies the primitive thinking, perverse incentives and political dynamics keeping us divided, distracted, and stuck on the low road of endless conflict, and then lays out 10 steps to the restoration of a healthy political process, opening the door to the creation of a better, more sustainable world, utilizing our technology for the good of all.
“The Politics of Unity” is not just a political treatise; it’s about altering a life philosophy that seems to be individually, regionally, and globally headed for a breakdown…Especially recommended for readers working in political circles in a cooperative effort for positive change.”
“A wonderfully well written and thoughtful book. . . essential reading!”
“Michael Cuddehe has the courage to state simple truths about our current national and global dysfunction with clarity and intellectual rigor. Every citizen should read this book. The corporate and government leaders who profit from the current situation that the author describes so well will hate this book, which will validate it. As Cuddehe points out over and over, the change can only come from an informed and conscious people genuinely desirous of lasting peace and prosperity. Read and be inspired; there IS a way out of the mess we have created!”
“In The Politics of Unity Michael Cuddehe provides insightful, in depth analyses of the core moral and systemic issues that drive politics, and the adjustments that must occur before our political processes fairly serve all of society. Throughout history the arc of politics has described a shift of power from the few to the many, and Cuddehe’s book is a welcomed step forward in that same direction. Well done.”
“A must-read for all participants in our democratic society, citizenry and leadership alike. In this collection of concise essays, author Michael Cuddehe lays out the “why and how” of moving ourselves from our fractured, ineffective governance to a peaceful, productive body politic capable of maintaining balance while fulfilling our fundamental, democratic mandates of inclusivity and fairness. This is a book to keep.”
“This book offers a deep and clear explanation of our current political gridlock along with a real solution. This is a groundbreaking work that needs to read by everyone in order to inspire every leader around the world to consider the politics of unity.”
“Congratulations on a remarkable and provocative little book. On its clarity and brevity, on its every chosen word. You have set yourself a very ambitious communications goal, and I’m awe struck at how well you have succeeded. The Politics of Unity is compelling…written in an awesome short hand, fit for 8 second bits of concentration…bridging philosophy, economics, technology, politics – the spiritual and secular. Quite a reach for 138 pages.”
by Michael Cuddehe
Chronicle of Catastrophe is a real-time reflection of the markets, economy, political issues and global developments as they unfolded during the tenure of George W. Bush. Includes commentary and essays by Paul Volcker, Garry Wills, Stephen Pinker, Paul Craig Roberts and other prominent citizens.
“It’s the quarter -by – quarter, blow by blow account of the last decade that’s so valuable. Chronicle of Catastrophe is not a Monday-morning analysis of what happened, rather its an unfolding report, written as it happened, quarter by frightening quarter, chronicling how the economic house of cards was built and then how it fell down. Thank you Michael Cuddehe – now for the first time, I understand what happened, and I know what to look for. Please…keep writing. For the sake of our nation and our global community, may your readership be large.”
“Aaah … the value of keeping a journal … which is what author Michael Cuddehe did at the beginning of Bush the 2nd in his blogs. Every change generated from Bush and the Administration that had an economic factor is closely looked at. He forgot about being a Republican or a Democrat or even a Tea Party supporter. This is about being an American and what’s right for America and what has happened so wrong the past decade. Chronicle of Catastrophe meets Wall Street, the Federal Reserve and the amazing amount of downright awful outcomes that are now embedded in Washington, our communities and our lives. Michael Cuddehe gets it … and you can too. This book should be required reading by every American. I only wished the media would get it, devour it and start broadcasting it.”
“…thought provoking and in a lot of ways frightening if what he predicts to happen holds true. ‘Chronicle of Catastrophe: A Contemporaneous History of the Bush Years’ is a well researched and informative book and anyone who is interested in politics and economic issues should enjoy the intellectual stimulation that Cuddehe’s work provides.”
“The penalties of the past are being felt in the future. “Chronicle of Catastrophe: A Contemporaneous History of the Bush Years” is Michael Cuddehe’s urging that people remember where many of today’s economic and political problems came from, stating that many of the issues were placed during the administration of George W. Bush, and that the negatives of those policies are being felt more strongly now and that the American people should not be so quick to blame the current government for the past. “Chronicle of Catastrophe” is a worthwhile political read with much to ponder, highly recommended.”
“The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything save our modes of thinking…We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive.”