Morality and Politics
by Gurdip Sidhu
In his candid and insightful Morality and Politics, Gurdip Sidhu shares his take on the American political scene, while analyzing political trends with an emphasis on morality. He provides a 'no-holds-barred' review of politics in this country and his unique perspective on what is wrong with American politics.
As a strong proponent of capitalism and individual rights, he chafes at the political trend which he perceives as moving toward the European style of Socialism. Sidhu details what he believes are some essential concepts necessary for a free society, which must be understood to overcome bias toward Socialism, which is being instilled in our nation's youth by our educational system. To quote the author, "Americans need to breathe some fresh air, and this book supplies it."
About the Author
Gurdip Sidhu is a retired physician born in India and currently residing as a U.S. citizen in New Jersey. This is his second book, the first being the novel They Don't Kiss in the Movies, a love story with heavy emphasis on Indian philosophy set in India in the early 1950s with heavy emphasis on Indian philosophy.
(2013, Paperback, 90 pages)