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Reviewed by Kathryn Bennett for Readers' Favorite
The Seamy Corners of American Politics: Current Conservative Articles on American Politics by Kevin C. Caffrey gives you information from the side of the conservative parties of the United States; the Tea Party and conservative Republican Party. It discusses how this country needs to change and get back to the roots of what made America great. This is a good book for anyone entering a college classroom for political science. If you read this book, you will impress your fellow students and the professor with your knowledge and understanding of the current issues facing America today.
Well, I must admit I was curious as to what would be said, but I worried it could be a little fanatical. I have read a lot of articles and books on how the conservative side of government can be; of course, so can the liberal view. However, I found the book to be interesting and the perspective laid out in an intelligent and ‘makes sense’ manner. Kevin C. Caffrey has written a book that will provoke you to think, act and share. I truly do think that the viewpoints expressed here have a great deal of value. Whether you are a follower of the conservative view or the liberal, I think we can all agree that whatever is happening in America now is not working. Things need to change and this book lays out some ideas on what just might work well. I would recommend anyone who has an eye for political goings-on read this book.