A Book for Young People That Older Folks Need, Too

  • Is the American Dream a Farce?
    Mark Taylor © 2012
  • 5th Corner Publishing,
  • 5569-4 Bowden Rd.
  • Jacksonville, FL32216
  • ISBN 978-1-938178-58-0
  • 75 pp. plus biographies and bibliography (ppbk.)

 Mark Taylor, an eighteen year old from Georgia, is a trained leader and excellent writer. His goal is to teach Americans, and especially his peers, about what is happening in our country and how we can restore the freedoms that made us great.

 Webster defines farce as something absurd or ridiculous. Taylor’s first chapter briefly outlines some of those aspects of present day American politics.

  He has also created an acronym with FARCE.

  • F = Freedom
  • A =Aspirations
  • R =Responsibility
  • C=Courage
  • E=Empowerment.

 Five chapters in this short volume explain the development of these attributes and their importance for the American dream.

 The book tells readers what can be done to save our nation. Not every one can do everything Taylor knows is necessary, but everyone can do something. Together we can overcome the apathy of too many Americans.

 Although I’ve never met Mark Taylor, his impressive book convinces me we need leaders like him. If this young man should run for a political office when he’s old enough, I’d most certainly support his campaign.

Cover picture of book Is The American Dream a Farce?by Mark Taylor

Is The American Dream a Farce?


About samcivy

I read my first book a week after beginning first grade and haven't slowed down in seventy years. My system often wakes me in the night so I keep books on a chair in the bathroom and do a LOT of reading. I'm a free-lance writer/editor and review books for various authors as well as Thomas Nelson Publishers and Amazon.com. I will soon be posting books for a blog tour by KathyWillis.com, a book promoter.
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