Dr. Ben Carson Offers A Powerful Cure To Get America On The Right Track
New Book, One Nation, Calls On Left And Right To Toss Aside Unanimity of Party Speech And Thought And Concentrate On Respectful Dialogue For Real Problem Solving - In his new book, One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America’s Future, famed Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon and political pundit, Dr. Ben Carson delivers a way out of the American decline—appealing to every American’s decency and common sense.
In One Nation (Sentinel, May 20), the sequel to their #1 New York Times bestseller, America the Beautiful, Dr. and Mrs. Carson offer a refreshing and bold plan to halt the country’s spiral into fiscal and moral decay. Avoiding the political correctness of politicians and the animosity of Washington lawyers, Dr. Carson calls for respectful problem-solving skills he honed as a surgeon, and fearlessly tackles tough issues such as education, health care, family values, race relations, taxes, charity, and the role of faith in public life.
Dr. Carson believes America has inexplicably lost the ability to discuss important issues calmly and respectfully regardless of party affiliation or other differences. One Nation thoughtfully suggests practical ways to overcome the needless bickering and impasse of progress. As a surgeon rather than a politician, Dr. Carson cares deeply about what works—not whether someone has an (R) or a (D) after their name.
Dr. Carson understands that Americans must come together. One Nation explains that by respecting others it’s possible to engage in intelligent conversation about differences of opinion without becoming enemies, eventually allowing us to move forward through meaningful compromise.
One Nation is a clarion call to return to our historic culture of personal responsibility in order to solve the expanding list of America’s ills, including:
* Growing debt and the resulting burdens of fiscal uncertainty
* Deteriorating morals that have driven America far from the founders’ intent
* Failing to make significant progress in basic education
* Resolving the Obamacare mess—a threat to health, liberty, and financial stability
* Tempering media elitism and political correctness and its chilling effects on a meaningful national dialogue
Dr. Carson believes America’s best days are ahead, but contends these serious issues must first be resolved with reason and compromise from both sides of the political aisle.
In his journey from poverty to the top of his field, Dr. Carson has lived the American dream. He shows how we can save that dream for future generations by restoring a moral, informed citizenry that will support “one nation, under God, indivisible.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
BEN CARSON, MD, raised by a poor single mother in Detroit, recently retired as the director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital after a groundbreaking medical career of more than thirty-five years. Now a Washington Times columnist and FOX News contributor, he is the author of five previous books, including the New York Times bestsellers Gifted Hands and, most recently, America the Beautiful, coauthored with his wife, Candy Carson. A former member of the President’s Council on Bioethics, he is the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the country.
Dr. and Mrs. Carson together founded the Carson Scholars Fund, dedicated to recognizing the academic achievements of deserving young people. They have three grown children and two grandchildren and now live in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Dr. and Mrs. Carson will be making 29 stops on a bus tour from Florida to Texas from May 31 to June 8. Please visit www.realbencarson.com for the complete tour schedule.
PRAISE FOR BEN CARSON
“Dr. Ben Carson has proven himself to be one of the great leaders of today. He has demonstrated his intelligence and his character in every endeavor he has undertaken, in medicine, in education and in public life.” — DR. JOHN C. MAXWELL
“Dr. Carson prescribes a dose of ‘tough love’ to cure the nation’s ills and restore our faith in government and ourselves.” — SAM DONALDSON •