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We, the People: Democracy or Democrazy?

Author and Veteran Shares Insight into Government Policy and Change in Nonfiction Examination

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich., April 27, 2010 — In his nonfiction book, "'New Ideas' for the Twenty First Century: 'Let's Take Our Country Back'" (published by AuthorHouse), debut author James Raintree discusses the relationship between "labor" and "capital."

Listen as Raintree evidences how every unified country can establish a "demand" structure for products, thus providing countless jobs to citizens in desperate need. This battle to reclaim democracy and stabilize our economy may seem too colossal a task for just one person, and that's why Raintree has published his fascinating and insightful government investigation, outlining congressional-level tasks as well as simple measures we can all take to transform our political environment and even provide health care from birth to death for all American citizens.

Learn how we can save billions of dollars while we save the environment. Find out how a national lottery and a card can save U.S. Health Care for generations to come. Discover how we can control the flow of drugs into our country and ensure the future safety of our streets through economic and moral development. Now we have a chance to eliminate future recessions and far surpass our current educational rank by restoring and re-emphasizing our basic human rights as well as the love and respect that binds us all together.

Whether you're interested in learning about the current state of democracy or deeply desire to learn about some practical solutions that could seriously jumpstart the economy, you can't go wrong with Raintree's "'New Ideas' for the Twenty First Century," a book that will finally allow readers to "take our country back" and actually determine the policies as well as the laws under which we, our children and our children's children wish to be governed.

Raintree was born and educated in the United States. He served with the U.S. Merchant Marines during World War II and subsequently with the U.S. Army. He spent his working career in the marketing and engineering divisions of one of the world's largest computer companies, where he was the editor and author of many marketing and technical publications. He is now retired, but he still believes that while the word capitalism is not a synonym for the word "compassion," the meanings and aspirations of the two words can be brought together in a user-friendly partnership called "hope" to benefit the future of all mankind. "'New Ideas' for the Twenty First Century" is his first independent publication.

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