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Liberal Thinking: It, and It Alone, Has Always Been the Force Behind Positive Social Changes in America
Date:2/8/2010

New book emphasizes that historically, liberal thinkers and liberal movements have initiated and persevered in changing the important social, economic, educational and medical principles in American society. Further, it has always been the conservative thinkers and conservative movements that have proven to be the major obstacles to these significant social changes.

(PRWEB) February 8, 2010 -- LIBERAL THINKING! What good has it ever done? Well, according to authors Dr. George Giuliani Sr., Dr. Roger Pierangelo and Dr. George Giuliani, all of the greatest social movements in the United States came from liberal thinking. What does it mean to be a liberal-thinking person? That’s the initial question the authors answer in their book, “Why Liberal Thinking Changed America: The Evolution of Justice in Our Nation’s History”. The book was released by Veritas Publishing Corporation of America and is available through www.vertitaspublishers.com and www.amazon.com.

Upon reviewing Why Liberal Thinking Changed America: The Evolution of Justice in Our Nation’s History, former NYS Governor Mario M. Cuomo wrote: “Thank you for Why Liberal Thinking Changed America. This is certainly a propitious time in our nation’s history to reconsider and be educated by our history of extraordinary progressive social accomplishments. With the battle for a more inclusive, less expensive and more efficient healthcare system raging, this manual’s careful selection of previous achievements throws a bright light on what is required to achieve the progress we need today. I thank you for your thoughtfulness and wish the authors luck in distributing this valuable work.”

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