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The Future of Democracy in America and the World: A Few Possibilities
Author provides a modern discussion of democracy and democratic culture
BLOOMINGTON, MN – James Schacht describes what is best in the democracies of America and the world, provides an educated assessment of democracy in America and the world today, and provides a framework for realizing our best hope for the future in his new book, The Future of Democracy in America and the World: A Few Possibilities (bookstore.authorhouse.com/
Schacht presents a guide to more informed voting; to better campaigning;
Schacht explores thinking in political philosophy and politics produced recently and as far back as John Locke, whose writings strongly influenced Thomas Jefferson in his writing of the Declaration of Independence;
Schacht goes on to describe a framework for pursuing our best hope for the future, which includes working toward common understandings and negotiated agreements, pursuing conflict resolution, and developing reasonably just governments.
About the Author
James Schacht worked in the physics profession at 3M Company after graduating from the University of Minnesota with a BS in Physics in 1987. He has worked on a number of campaigns local to Minnesota and also on the campaigns of U.S. Senator Al Franken from Minnesota and President Barack Obama. During 14 years of study of American and world political philosophy, politics, history, and culture, he developed and wrote The Future of Democracy in America and the World: A Few Possibilities.
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