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New book adds Caribbean flavor to American politics

Posted by Admin On May - 25 - 2011

Gulfport, MS (BlackNews.com) — What do you get when you cross an expatriate with American democracy? A thought-provoking, literary composition geared to heighten societal awareness. America: An Immigrant’s Perspective is a fascinating social commentary that addresses some of the current and pressing issues affecting the country.

Author Michael A. Cadore, a native of Grenada, uses this book to highlight many discussible and, hopefully, civilly interactive topics within the multi-layered political, economic, military and social realms in society. Encompassing topical diversity, chapters range from the highly-divisive issue of immigration and border security to the more passionately debated concerns generated by the dismal state of the national economy.

What makes this book different from any other is the approach taken by a Grenadian-American writer’s point of view. Authored by a former member of the United States armed forces America: An Immigrant’s Perspective makes for interestingly diverse reading relative to current affairs, national developments and global politics.

It is a literary concoction that inscriptively outlines some of the defining factors affecting the Union and on which our continued prosperity is highly contingent.

To arrange for a book signing, interview, or speaking engagement, please call Michael A. Cadore at 228-547-7230 or email mishak_26@hotmail.com.
Book ordering and availability are as follows:

To order from Xlibris:
Call: 1-888-795-4274
Fax: 1-610-915-0294 or 1-610-915-0293
E-mail: orders@xlibris.com or www.xlibris.com
ISBN: 978-1-4568-7211-3 Hardcover ($24.99)
ISBN: 978-1-4568-7210-6 Softcover/Paperback ($15.99)
ISBN: 978-1-4569-7212-0 eBooks ($9.99)

By mail, please send your order, along with a check or payment information to:
Attention: Book Orders
Xlibris Publishing
1663 Liberty Drive
Suite 200
Bloomington, IN 47403

Online:
www.immigrant-minority.com
www.BarnesandNobles.com
www.Amazon.com

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