Review of The United States and the Evolution of Oneness

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Clauson Justin
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Review of The United States and the Evolution of Oneness

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[Following is an official review of "The United States and the Evolution of Oneness" by Michael B. Allison.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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The United States and the Evolution of Oneness is a nonfictional book by Michael B. Allison that delves into the challenges faced by the American middle class today. It candidly examines the historical factors leading to this situation and proposes solutions for a way forward.

The book commences by exploring the formation of America, highlighting the treatment of American Indians. It goes on to analyze the foundational documents of American democracy, including the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. The book also critiques the shortcomings in the education system related to democracy and civics, defines the concept of the American Dream, and scrutinizes the growing influence of corporations on our government. The book aims to uncover the detours taken by this nation and present a path toward providing for and safeguarding all American citizens.

There were many aspects of the book that I genuinely appreciated. The writing style was straightforward. I also appreciated the research that went into this book. I gained valuable insights into our history, ranging from the influence of the Iroquois in America's formation to the actions of Lewis Powell regarding the influence corporations have on government. It broadened my historical and economic knowledge. One eye-opening revelation was the pivotal role of the middle class in society and how certain aspects of capitalism had a detrimental impact on this class. The book also featured beautiful poetry from the author. It consistently maintained an overarching theme of love throughout its entirety, which added depth to the narrative.

I had no negative issues with this book; it was an enlightening and educational read that provided me with a deeper understanding of American history and the significance of the middle class in shaping society.

I found no errors in this book. It was properly edited. I rate this book five out of five stars. The book was very eye-opening and an excellent read. I found no reason to rate it lower. I recommend this book to lovers of historical and socioeconomic books. This author plans to unify the people, which would lead to starting a powerful change against the forces that control our government, and I love to see it! This book would be a good fit for Americans.

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It must be interesting to read about America's history. Thanks for the review.
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