A Call to Service: My Vision for a Better America by John Kerry

By John Kerry

John Kerry has had a awesome lifestyles and is among the most precious public servants in the USA at the present time, having come to the leading edge of nationwide realization as a veteran conversing out opposed to the Vietnam conflict simply after he again from front traces. he's the most strong leaders of the Democratic occasion and-with a fierce landmark presidential crusade looming ahead of the 2004 election-could sooner or later turn into the main strong guy on the earth. As an interloper between insiders within the U.S. Senate, John Kerry hasn't ever been afraid to conflict the political institution and struggle the fights that want battling. Now, in a decision to provider, Kerry officially introduces himself to the state. In a ebook wealthy with autobiographical information that specify the studies in the back of the information, Kerry deals his imaginative and prescient for the United States.

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Most of all, I believe we should respond to Republican attacks on government not simply by defending it, warts and all, but by reforming government to achieve the best possible results through the most efficient means and the freshest ideas. The great progressives of the past—FDR, JFK, LBJ—did not envision the New Deal, the New Frontier, or the Great Society as perfect or permanent accomplishments. If we are to be called progressives, we must rekindle the innovative spirit that created the best government initiatives, not worship the dead letter of their programmatic residue.

I believe America’s destiny is to become a living testament to what free human beings can accomplish by acting in unity. The administration currently in the White House apparently believes we can’t accomplish anything together other than waging war. That’s the contrast I will constantly draw during this campaign, and it’s one that will give Americans a clear, even stark, choice in November of 2004. 15 John Ke rry ✯ Every successful political message conveys three things: values and goals, then ideas or proposals to reach those goals.

Political and economic participation by Arab women remains the lowest in the world. More than half of Arab women are still illiterate. Public education in most of 44 A Ca l l to S e rv i c e these nations is still tainted by distortions and ethnic and religious hatreds. These countries are also among the most economically isolated in the world, with very little trade and investment and little income apart from the oil royalties that flow to the ruling elites. They generally don’t trade with one another; most of them don’t trade with Israel, the Middle East’s economic dynamo; and they don’t trade much with the rest of the world, other than in oil.

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