The Modern Paradigm of Liberty -- New Book Takes the Middle in Examination of Issues and American Liberty

FLORENCE, Ky., Feb. 16, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- As Democratic presidential hopefuls begin gearing up for a race to face George W. Bush for the main seat in the White House, author Sean McPhillips encourages people to examine the state of politics today and how they've changed over the years. He hopes his perspectives will challenge readers and stimulate debates with his new book, The Modern Paradigm of Liberty: An Uncommon Sense Viewpoint on Contemporary American Issues (now available through 1stBooks).

McPhillips takes a unique look at the issues that presidential campaigns build platforms on, but doesn't limit himself to political party rhetoric. Rather, he skirts the middle, looking at the issues from his unique, subjective viewpoint. The Modern Paradigm of Liberty collects his unique perspectives on current issues designed to invoke the reader to think differently about things.

"I very seldom rely on the opinions of others. As a result, I delve into my own experience of interacting with the diverse culture that makes up the American persona . . . Whether the reader is conservative, liberal or somewhere in between, (I) . . . challenge the thought processes of the readers and stimulate wonderful and interesting debate on the most important issues of our society today," he says.

Through his own personal perception, McPhillips provides readers with a refreshing viewpoint on many common discussions and issues in modern American society. The discussions included in The Modern Paradigm of Liberty appeal to the common sense and intelligence of readers without being condescending. While most similar books are either conservative or liberal, The Modern Paradigm of Liberty takes no sides.

"Through the centuries, while some liberties have broadened and others narrowed, Americans still only exercise the contemporary practice of practical liberty and freedom. This book challenges the reader to consider the potential for the United States as we continue to grow and aspire towards a truly free society for all Americans," McPhillips says.

A native New Yorker, he was raised with strong family values amidst a diversity of dynamic personalities. He holds master's degrees in marketing and government and has spent 12 years traveling the country as a health care information systems and management consultant. His travels have given him the opportunity to meet a plethora of different people from all walks of life. The Modern Paradigm of Liberty is his first book.


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