Friday, August 12, 2016

The Silent Thought: America in Crisis by Charlie Wurz



You can buy this book on Amazon.


When you consider humanity's tremendous achievements, it's easy to see how powerful thought can be when it is put into action.

But we don't often think about the other side of the equation: How much are we losing by failing to act on the thoughts that we regularly have but do not put into words or actions?

Charlie Wurz, a freedom-loving American, tackles that question head on in this extended essay examining politics in the United States, including the gravitas of the 2016 presidential election. He answers questions such as:


Why do many people accept sound bites from others to form their opinions?
Does the American political system exploit silent thought?

Is silent thought found in all segments of American society?

What can be done to promote thought and expression?

Who benefits the most (and the least) from silent thought?

With a presidential election that could have staggering consequences for the United States right around the corner, there's never been a more critical time for individuals to re-examine their thoughts--as well as their resulting expressions and actions.

About the Author

Charlie Wurz is a freedom-loving American seeking to understand what promotes thought or the lack of thought--as well as why thought is not always expressed through words or actions. This is his first book.

Charlie lives and works in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and has serious concerns for America's path forward. He expresses these concerns as American crises providing thought provoking analysis and commentary.

I recevied a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's review-  Perfect for political minds, as this book is deeply geared toward the topic.   I think it would make a great study book for older aged home school students.  It is easy to understand and breaks down the answers in a way that does not put you to sleep.

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