We Want EQUALITY - How the Fight for Equality Gave Way to Preference, Available From Amazon, September 11, 2018

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CHICAGO, Aug. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ EQUALITY is a powerful word and achieving it is a lofty goal. The Left claim to fight for equality; but their actions don't support this claim. Love delves into issues of inequality, exploring how they impact our culture while separating fact from fiction.

We Want EQUALITY starts with a much needed history lesson, discussing past horrors and showing why true equality can never be achieved. Armed with logic, Love explains why our problem is culture not inequality. He demonstrates how the decline of traditional values led to pervasive nihilism and feelings of entitlement.

Moving on, he deftly addresses the four primary areas that encapsulate perceived inequality (Race, Income, Gender and Religion); ending with why he tackled this subject and how we can save the culture. He discusses the strong and growing role the media, entertainment, big business and politicians play in the diminution of traditional values Love then sites numerous examples of how this cultural manipulation by the Left is hurting the country.

Finally, with meticulous detail, he explains how we can bring the country back from the brink. This, includes step-by-step instructions on how to get involved, debate the Left and push back when attacked.

About the Author: C. Douglas Love is the author of Logic: The Truth about Blacks and the Republican Party.

He has appeared on Chicago Tonight, has been featured in the Heartland Institute's book series and his work has been featured in Red Nation Rising, the Illinois Review and throughout Chicago.

C. Douglas Love is a culture warrior who travels to eat, loves music and only sweats the small stuff. He lives in Chicago, Illinois with his wife and son.

For more information about We Want EQUALITY or to schedule an interview with Mr. Love, please call the author directly at 312-320-0272 or email at 199844@email4pr.com

Website: www.thinkordie.org
Twitter: @ThinkorDIEorg

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