Saving Our Democracy

Fixing the Institutions Failing the People

Non-Fiction - Gov/Politics
280 Pages
Reviewed on 03/21/2022
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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite

For so long the United States of America has been viewed as the yardstick for democracy and government sovereignty to the whole world. With the recent outburst of political insanity and an uncharacteristic wave of anarchy in the nation, this has become a mere idea rather than a solid fact. With the state of political affairs in the nation, a gradual collapse of one of the world’s most powerful political institutions seems imminent. Lincoln Anniballi traces the cause of all this down to power wrangles between the nation’s governing bodies, voter rights, media influence, and more in his book Saving Our Democracy: Fixing the Institutions Failing the People. He also outlines how these factors can be eliminated or fixed to restore political stability in the nation. Read the book to discover more.

Saving Our Democracy is recommended for followers of political events. Using simple structured sentences, Lincoln Anniballi whisks readers away to the political realm of the United States of America. His choice of words carries depth, as he elaborates on his ideas with insight. I loved how he maintained a neutral tone and an open-minded way of thinking. Lincoln Anniballi digs deeply into every topic he addresses, leaving readers thoroughly informed and reflective at the same time. His bold way of highlighting specific factors about the US government makes the book very interesting. He uses statistical data, historical facts, quotes, and pictures, among others, to back his ideas. It is clear to him that Congress is broken, and as long as it remains broken, the state of political affairs may worsen.