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Unapologetically Moderate: My Search for the Rational Center in American Politics

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Bringing together the best of King s work, the book explores topics ranging from the demographic revolution sweeping America to the pressing need for Social Security reform to the place of religious faith in politics. King s reach extends from Houston s local government scene to the Austin statehouse and the halls of Congress. Whatever the subject, King s dispassionate, ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published November 1st 2014 by Bright Sky Press
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Courtney
Sep 06, 2016 Courtney rated it liked it
I was hunting for a book that would provide me with an unbiased presentation of today's most hot button political issues and where both Republicans and Democrats stand on them. King's book seemed a very rudimentary introduction to the Moderate stance.

First of all, the reader should know that this is a collection of articles written by the author and published in the Houston Chronicle. All are very short and don't go into much detail about the topics the address. This makes the book very easy to
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