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Reviewed by Tracy Slowiak for Readers' Favorite
In an intriguing and interesting non-fiction book by author Nico Notarberardino, The Economics of Sovereignty: A Citizen's Guide To Saving America certainly goes a long way in convincing readers of the importance of returning America to her former glory. The author discusses the history of sovereignty in general and in our country in particular, and what appears to be a very achievable plan to get back to what we used to have. Including steps that average Americans can take to help our country reach its ideal standards, as well as simply plain truth politics that can help us along the way, this is a common sense guide that many readers will find extremely useful. Using energy and critical thought about how we harness and utilize energy as a lead for getting us back to where we need to be, this book is a must-read for anyone interesting in returning America to her former glory!
I very much enjoyed The Economics of Sovereignty: A Citizen's Guide To Saving America. Author Nico Notarberardino has done a great job in presenting his ideas in a unique and concise way, and should be able to convince most people that his ideas and planning are not only achievable, but necessary. Any reader looking for ways to improve our country should definitely give this book a chance. It will provide them with many ideas and much food for thought. I am pleased to recommend this book, and look forward to reading more from author Nico Notarberardino in the future!