Madness aptly describes the underlining philosophies that drive policy making in the United States, and turns them on their head. Exposing how the governing bodies have so poorly kept their constituents informed as to these philosophies, it removes the rhetoric and replaces it with a healthy dose of reality. Taking the way politics has twisted reality using fancy wordplay and empty promises, it destroys the perception that the State is not the answer to what ails America, but rather the cause of it. With the use of history it tells of how the continuance of common knowledge has failed, and opens the readers eyes to what has really been going on, and why the government has failed. ""Relying more on hands on to provide a means of living, David Shirk has been a soldier, a construction worker, a stockbroker, a student, and many other lines of work. He finally found his calling in networking, and has a passion for history and sociology in his spare time.""-Biography
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