Another Round for George W? Author Details President's Policy Shifts for Voters in New Book

CAPE CORAL, Fla., July 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- As this year's presidential election shifts into high gear, Americans are bracing for the onslaught of campaign advertising. As President George W. Bush eyes a repeat performance, the people must decide if he is what the country needs. Gene P. Abel attempts to make that choice simple with his new book, Four More for George W? (now available through AuthorHouse).

"My book is intended to stimulate an analysis of how effective President Bush has been in order to help the reader decide if he should be re-elected on Nov. 2, 2004. There is only one thing worse than not voting - not knowing what you are voting for," Abel says.

Four More for George W? examines the policy changes that have taken place since Bush took office. Abel believes that by providing a comprehensive review of these changes, he may help voters be better informed when it is time to step behind the curtain this fall. In addition to listing the changes, Abel evaluates how well they worked to resolve the many challenges America faces.

Covering 10 major policy areas, Four More for George W? provides an in-depth, first-term administrative analysis. At the end of the book, Abel asks readers 15 questions designed to help make an informed decision on whether the president should stay behind the desk in the Oval Office or become known as former President Bush.

"This book has one purpose: To help the American voter understand what they will be voting for if they choose to re-elect George W. Bush as President of the United States," Abel says.

With the experience and background of nationally renowned experts, Abel uses his more than 30 years of experience in business and the military to write his analysis of the Bush administration's policies. He has a bachelor's degree in finance and economics and a master's degree in business administration. Participating in grassroots politics in the mid 1970s as a Republican committee person, he chaired the campaign of his Pennsylvania State Representative.

AuthorHouse is the world leader in publishing and print-on-demand services. Founded in 1997, AuthorHouse has helped more than 18,500 people worldwide become published authors. For more information, visit


Contact Data