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The Ruling Class - How They Corrupted America and What We Can Do About It

February 23, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 128

Book Review - The Ruling Class, how they corrupted America and what we can do about it by Angelo M. Codevilla

For decades experts have been discussing and debating about how important or vital it is to understand "power elite analysis" in order to fully comprehend the working of the American society. The events that make up the parts of history are not random or unconnected but have a political and economic aspect to them which can be sought out using one's intellect.

The American founding fathers realized this and they knew it well enough to see that it was the truth.

From all the books I have consulted that deals with this issue, I have not come across any other work that states this with more clarity and eloquence than this new book. It is vital that all who feel the need to join hands in the making of America's future should read it and share it with family, friends and acquaintances.

The grounds on which this book is based upon is the original article that was written in the American Spectator. This is one of the most concrete and vital essays written on the subject, which he then later expanded upon in this book.

After reading the book, I began to finally grasp the significance of the communist manifesto to inspire like minded individuals.

This great work of Codevilla has to be one of the books of our time. It is a brilliant piece of academic work which will be inspiring and a motivating factor for generations of Americans to come and draw their attention to the society in which they live and the country they need to make proud. This book is not only for Americans but also for the us who need to go back into their past and strive to better the future of our respective nations.

Angelo's book, The ruling class is a very fluent, intellectual and refreshing analysis of America. This eye opening book truly epitomizes the phrase "Its not what you know, but who you know".

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