The Reunited States of America

How We Can Bridge the Partisan Divide

Gerzon's new party, the Transpartisans, attempts to reunite a divided American culture.

By Mark Gezron Read by Jeff Hoyt American / Nonfiction / Political Science English, Unabridged 5h 1m Sell Sheet
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							On the Great Seal of the Unites States it says Our country's motto is E  pluribus unum-out of many, one-but you'd never know it now, says mediator and  civic entrepreneur Mark Gerzon. In the past, Americans could disagree without  demonizing each other. But now healthy partisan debate is being replaced by  hyperpartisan political brawling. Loyalty to party is overpowering love of  country. We need a new attitude if we're going to confront the challenges our  country faces. Gerzon and others call it transpartisan-this is the  transpartisan movement's manifesto. Gerzon describes how transpartisan  activists all over the country are finding common ground on some of the most  divisive and difficult issues we face today.

“There are lots of reasons to feel bad about national politics. Mark Gerzon provides some well-thought-out, reality-based reasons to feel better—if we're willing to take the necessary steps. This is a realistically positive and useful book.” - James Fallows, national correspondent, The Atlantic

“Read this book: for yourself, for the rest of us—but most of all, for yourself.” - Peter C. Goldmark, Jr., former President, The Rockefeller Foundation