Political analyst, Frank Luntz, in a op-ed column in the New York Times on November 8, 2016 (http://nyti.ms/2fdplFU) pleas for a return to a more civilized American society where people find a common ground and move forward together.
Like so many people and pundits, Luntz diagnosis a major ill of American society and states what should be done about it but has no plan or program.
The unfortunate reality is that no one has articulated a theoretically-sound and practical plan to address this divisiveness.
What is needed is a new paradigm going above the 18th-Century political and economic principles which guide our thinking now. Without a new way of looking at thinking about political and economic elements and designing a program suitable for 21st-Century America all the squawking and chest beating about our present state of affairs is worthless.
That's where a book like the "An Action Manual" becomes vitally important. It goes beyond critique and articulates a new paradigm.That paradigm includes a new vision of society and a practical plan to accomplish significant progressive change.
When are people going to stop mere squawking and learn how to fix the problems they are so unhappy about?