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Unfuck America - A Respectful Open-Minded Conversation - cover

Unfuck America - A Respectful Open-Minded Conversation

Mike Ritland

Publisher: Mike Drop Media

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Summary

America has its head wedged up so deep, we're looking at tonsils. What are you doing about it? If you're like most people, you're caught somewhere between a frustrated, partisan echo chamber and a finger-pointing media so afraid of being canceled that it's not raising the most important issues we face as a nation.
 
Unfuck America is that rare, multipartisan, no-bull, sometimes-surprising, unstoppably honest, come-to-Jesus book that rises above the hopped-up codewords, gets beneath bias, and dismantles assumptions. It will knock you out of your political box and personal comfort zone to deliver empirical data, hope, critical thinking, and a field manual for individual action. 
 
Drawing from his wild range of experience and travel, Mike Ritland brings his broadened perspective and pattern-disrupting, four-principle framework to interrogate the country's border, mental health and social issues, inequality, guns, human trafficking, healthcare, and even parenting in his ruthlessly open-minded quest to save the country he fiercely dissects and loves.

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