The Second Civil War
- A Citizen's Guide to Healing Our Fractured Nation
- ナレーター： Peter Montoya
- 再生時間： 6 時間 14 分
"Looking back over the history of mankind, it's easy to be disgusted by how much hate, bigotry, murder, and mayhem have been done in the name of religion...What Peter offers is powerful proof and positive solutions that are a light in the darkness. This book, and what it offers, is both compelling and essential...Put it to work!" (Dov Baron)
"Never before have I recommended a book with such urgency. In this age of pandemics, politics gone mad, and rage-filled social media, our families, friendships, workplaces, communities and nations seem irreparably divided. In this accessible, practical, deeply compassionate blend of self-help, history, philosophy and cutting-edge behavioral science, Peter Montoya shows us what we can do to rediscover our shared humanity, our shared values, and a shared sense of purpose. The Second Civil War is the first book of its kind in the long-overdue genre of political self-help." (Samuel Veissière)
“There’s no way forward without acknowledging where we are and how we got here. Peter breaks it all down brilliantly, then offers an astonishingly simple formula for disarmament. Anyone who has been concerned about the fiercely divided state of society needs to get their hands on this book...” (Mark Cole)
America is on the brink of disaster.
You've seen it - on television, social media, at work, and even in your personal life. We're in the midst of a cold civil war, and the tension is mounting. We've lost friends and damaged relationships over opposing political views. And many of us now struggle with anxiety, anger, media addiction, or depression, as we cope with the toxic weapons of cancel culture, unfriending, shunning, doxing, intimidation, and even threats of violence.
The Second Civil War is a guidebook for every American troubled by our growing national divide.
Peter Montoya provides meaningful tools and practical strategies you can implement to end political bigotry, repair broken relationships, recognize misinformation, and resist fear mongering; use social media in a way that it doesn't use you, coexist with those who hold opposing views, embrace positive patriotism, and help reunify the United States of America.