ST. CHARLES, Ill. — Author D.A. Stevenson announces the nationwide release of, "Servants and Statesmen: Rules and Guidance Long Forgotten," where she explains how America lost its way in governing its people and how it could regain its power as a country. Her new book is on its nationwide release this week.
What has gone amiss? America, once acutely focused and fierce in its mission to realize liberty in its purest form, is currently travailing upon a pathless and tempestuous sea of rage and uncertainty. Many feel powerless, confused, lost and hopeless. But take hope! Such times often result in rebirth and revival of city, state, and most importantly, soul.
Rules and guidance concerning today's political environment have been rediscovered on the pages of the past. The path to renewal and greatness has been traveled before. The footsteps of the wise lie just below the brush and overgrowth of time, rediscovered for the era, and never more needed than now.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Stevenson is a political activist, working diligently with millions to re-establish the health, strength, and wonder that was once representative of the great republic known as the United States of America.