How America's Enemies Use Our Love for the Underdog to Trash American Power

Does America's irrational love of underdogs dangerously distort reality?

By Michael Prell Read by Walter Dixon Nonfiction / Politics English, Unabridged 7h 29m Sell Sheet Also available on
Underdogma: How America's Enemies Use Our Love for the Underdog to Trash American Power (Unabridged) - Michael Prell
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							Underdogma is a new 'idea book' that shows how our love/hate relationship with power - and those who have power - shape how we look at the world. For many people, those who have less power (underdogs) can do no wrong - even when we do wrong, and those who have more power can do no right - even when they do right. Michael Prell gave this belief system a name - Underdogma - and he reveals how Underdogma is affecting your life right now - and how it threatens America's superpower status - in a book that has been endorsed by Newt Gingrich, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, the Tea Party Patriots, Ambassador John Bolton, Frank Gaffney, Andrew C. McCarthy, Michael Barone, Rabbi Shmuley, and others.

"Underdogma is the first great Tea Party book. All Tea Party Patriots should read Underdogma." - Jenny Beth Martin, Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder and National Coordinator

"Michael Prell's book, Underdogma, explains in detail how the Left masks anti-Americanism and anti-Western sentiment behind the American tradition of rooting for the underdog and how we can fight back against their rhetoric by reviving the American spirit of our founding fatheres that transformed us from the 'underdog' to the greatest country on Earth." - Newt Gingrich, Former House Speaker, NYT bestselling author

"Michael Prell skillfully exposes how our misplaced emphasis to cheer on the underdogs, especially in the international community, will erode America's status not only as a superpower, but also as the greatest nation in the world. A must read for anyone who believes in maintaining America's presence as a global leader." - Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann, (R, MN-6), leader of the Tea Party Caucus

"Analyzing and refuting the common assumptions of anti-Americanism is a critical contribution to the global political debate. Thank goodness for this effort." - John Bolton, America's former Ambassador to the UN

"Underdogma is the Rosetta Stone for our time's most portentous puzzle: why do so many in this country - including some in leadership positions - abhor our national greatness and seek to diminish it at every turn? Michael Prell has 'broken the code,' and in so doing made an invaluable contribution to preserving and strengthening American exceptionalism." - Frank Gaffney, Founder and President of the Center for Security Policy