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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Going into the debates President Obama was contemplating a landslide victory over outworn Republican ideas. With just weeks remaining, the President is fighting for his political survival. The 2008 optimism of "Yes We Can". . . .now contemplates the possibility that the sentence and the audacious hope of the President's past could well end with the word "Lose." In a carefully documented analysis for the 8-10% of America's voters who are undecided, the authors demonstrate why Barack Obama deserves a second term. The authors -- trained in law, theology, diplomacy and medicine -- reveal the achievements of President Obama from a Catholic, Independent and social justice perspective. What's more, the authors knock down the specious arguments being made that Obama has denied religious liberty or pursued a foreign policy putting the nation at risk. Barack Obama ended the war in Iraq, placed accountable limits on the military in Afghanistan, demonstrated both prudence and respect for our international partners without over-committing or ignoring global obligations. The President's mature handling of these issues has indeed left GM alive and Bin Laden dead. As a matter of social justice, President Obama is committed to restructuring the tax code in favor of a broadly conceived middle class. addressing the needs of the very poor, and taking steps to continue to build an economy where "made in America" again signifies quality and innovation. President Obama is committed to support those nations which abide by a rule of law, resolve in favor of free, open elections, gender equality, sound environmental practice, and religious freedom. The President favors greater inter-faith understanding as a means of reducing world conflict in the Middle East as elsewhere. Committed to Human rights, the President will continue to act against human trafficking and the allied, illicit drug and weapons trades. and in freeing markets in north Africa and elsewhere of the scourge of illegal activity while containing the hatreds of terror, open vast markets for U.S. goods and services and the peace that is strengthened by responsibly exercised freedom of expression and commercial intercourse. Never before published material reveal the distinctly and profoundly Catholic influence on President Obama's early life and work as a community organizer in Chicago. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: Going into the debates President Obama was contemplating a landslide victory over outworn Republican ideas. With just weeks remaining, the President is fighting for his political survival. The 2008 optimism of "Yes We Can". . . .now contemplates the possibility that the sentence and the audacious hope of the President's past could well end with the word "Lose." In a carefully documented analysis for the 8-10% of America's voters who are undecided, the authors demonstrate why Barack Obama deserves a second term. The authors -- trained in law, theology, diplomacy and medicine -- reveal the achievements of President Obama from a Catholic, Independent and social justice perspective. What's more, the authors knock down the specious arguments being made that Obama has denied religious liberty or pursued a foreign policy putting the nation at risk. Barack Obama ended the war in Iraq, placed accountable limits on the military in Afghanistan, demonstrated both prudence and respect for our international partners without over-committing or ignoring global obligations. The President's mature handling of these issues has indeed left GM alive and Bin Laden dead. As a matter of social justice, President Obama is committed to restructuring the tax code in favor of a broadly conceived middle class. addressing the needs of the very poor, and taking steps to continue to build an economy where "made in America" again signifies quality and innovation. President Obama is committed to support those nations which abide by a rule of law, resolve in favor of free, open elections, gender equality, sound environmental practice, and religious freedom. The President favors greater inter-faith understanding as a means of reducing world conflict in the Middle East as elsewhere. Committed to Human rights, the President will continue to act against human trafficking and the allied, illicit drug and weapons trades. and in freeing markets in north Africa and elsewhere of the scourge of illegal activity while containing the hatreds of terror, open vast markets for U.S. goods and services and the peace that is strengthened by responsibly exercised freedom of expression and commercial intercourse. Never before published material reveal the distinctly and profoundly Catholic influence on President Obama's early life and work as a community organizer in Chicago.

About the Author: Ed Gaffney is professor of law at Valparaiso University, concentrating on religious freedom and a course on war and peace. He also taught at Notre Dame, Loyola (LA), Pepperdine, and Pennsylvania. He received the S.T.L. from the Gregorian University. With Judge John T. Noonan, Jr., author of Religious Freedom: History, Cases, and Other Materials (New York: Foundation Press, 3rd ed. 2010). He has filed numerous amicus briefs in cases relating to protection of religious freedom in many appellate courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. He was a founder and long-time editor of the Journal of Law & Religion. He has written for America, Commonweal, Cross Currents, and U.S. Catholic, and has produced, directed, and written two documentaries, Empty Boxcars (2012) and Holy Land: Common Ground (2010). U.S. Ambassador (ret.) Douglas W. Kmiec is Caruso Family Chair and Professor of Constitutional Law & Human Rights, Pepperdine University. Author and syndicated columnist, he has been privileged to serve Democratic and Republican presidents alike. Until recently, upon nomination by President Obama and confirmation by the Senate, he was U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Malta, where he completed the construction of a $125.5 million embassy compound and upgraded the security and economic ties between the Mediterranean and the U.S. When Qaddafi met the call for political reform with violence threatening civilian populations, the Ambassador successfully organized a rescue of the staff of Embassy-Tripoli and hundreds of other foreign nationals from Libya with a catamaran. Amb. Kmiec had assisted the envoy mission of his colleague, the late Amb. Chris Stevens. Amb. Kmiec previously served as head of the Office of Legal Counsel for President Ronald Reagan. Patrick Whelan MD PhD is on the pediatrics faculty at Harvard Medical School and is a pediatric rheumatology specialist at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children in Boston. He is also Clinical Assistant Professor at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. He has written & lectured widely on medical ethics. Whelan is a former co-director of Pax Christi Massachusetts and a founding member of the Dominican Lay Scholars in Boston. He spoke at the prayer service that opened the 2008 Democratic National Convention. Board member, Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies at USC. Dr. Whelan is a graduate of Harvard, with graduate degrees from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.

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