A Battlefield of Values

America's Left, Right, and Endangered Center

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Stephen D. Burgard and Benjamin J. Hubbard
  • Santa Barbara, CA: 
    , December
     241 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.


Differing moral views are dividing the country and polarizing the left and the right more than ever before. This book offers unique solutions to improve communication and understanding between the two factions to fix our fractured political system.  Provides a unique analysis that shows how our seemingly irreconcilable differences can be turned into assets for transforming the United States into a better country.  Offers informed perspectives of American conflict from authors with more than 50 years of experience combined in their respective fields.  Explores a future using religion, technology, and science to mend distrust and tune up our political system.  Presents information and concepts appropriate for an academic lesson plan or for any civics-savvy reader.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Stephen D. Burgard was director of the School of Journalism at Northeastern University for 12 years until his death in October, 2014.

Benjamin J. Hubbard is professor emeritus of comparative religion at California State University, where he has taught for the past 30 years, serving 15 years as department chair.


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