May 05, 2017
Peter Daniels, a retired Air Force veteran, corporate manager, civil rights investigator and newspaper publisher, has completed his new book “Honest Conservatism Redirecting 50 Years of Black Voting”: a thought-provoking manual intended to persuade or challenge Blacks to contemplate their politics.
“The action of voting is too important for people to mindlessly, in robotic movement, cast their vote in block fashion for one party. This has gone on for 50 years.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Peter Daniels’s essay highlights conservative thought as it relates to African American voters.
Daniels shares, “This book will enlighten the African-American seeking to decipher real truth from the accepted version of truth. A truth that sounds appealing and feels good is often that truth told by the matriarch or patriarch of the family. But it’s not the truth. One needs to search, investigate and compare information for oneself.
“For the Caucasian reading this book, it is your guide into the political psyche of the African-Americans. You have ventured into the world of pack thinking, discovering the words of parents hold so much sway in the political lives of offspring. The history presented here will amaze you.”
Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase “Honest Conservatism Redirecting 50 Years of Black Voting” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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