What Would The Founding Fathers Tell Us Today?: Political Dialogs Between 1789 – 2040 by Werner Neff

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0B4Z2RYN9
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Werner Neff (June 22, 2022)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ June 22, 2022
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English

What Would The Founding Fathers Tell Us Today? reflects on history, politics, democratic theories, and principles in the form of fictional dialogs allowing the Founding Fathers to express their theories on what truly made America a model democracy, and what will provide the American people today with real freedom and prosperity. The author believes that democratic principles, and ethical and selfless leadership in service of the people are the pillars to justice, equality, and prosperity for all. 1789 The Founding Fathers discuss their work to form a new kind of government starting at the First Continental Congress with 2020 The Founding Fathers arrive in Philadelphia, PA, in 2020, and are surprised about so many details, the paved streets, the tall houses made of glass and steel, the moving cars, the smell in the streets and the clothing of people. They later travel by train to Washington, DC, a city they started to plan in the 1790ies. They analyze the political life in the year 2020, meeting in the evening of November 3 to see the incoming results of the Presidential Election. They discuss the political structure of the United States, are wondering that there are two important parties only, the role of America’s Constitution in political parties, and the voting rights. They meet again on January 7, 2021 and express their shocking moments about the event of the day before. Ethics of Democracy and democratic rules in a republic are main subjects to be presented. 2040 John Miller, the forty-ninth president of the United States has invited the Founding Fathers to the White House in Washington, DC. They look back 20 years and can state that some hot problems of the 2020ies have been solved. They can mention the border problems to the South, shorter or limited terms of office, and the new moments of compromising in important issued because there are now four parties. Very often, three parties agree on compromise which lead the country to good solutions. You might be interested to meet the Founding Fathers these days…


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