ABOUT THE BOOK
UBUNTU: I Am Because We Are sets forth a peaceful approach to working together as a nation to address the issues of corruption in our government, and to get the United States back on the path to governing by the consent of the governed.
Our economy has been built on the scaffolding of debt. We're facing crumbling infrastructure. We're plagued by censorship; the indiscriminate use of lethal force by police; political paralysis and stagnation and the capture of power by a tiny, corrupt clique. We're seeing an epidemic of suicides. Random nihilistic mass shootings in schools, universities, workplaces, malls, concert venues and movie theaters and on and on. These issues are viewed as caused by individuals who may be replaced and problem solved. Not so! Americans, especially those leading our country need to remain committed to all that we hold sacred, namely, our right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
UBUNTU: I Am Because We Are presents a case for doing all we can to responsibly and peacefully inhabit the world we live in while making it safer and more prosperous for all.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
John Koelsch's journey to becoming a leader began when he attended a seminary to become a missionary priest. He went on to serve as Combat Infantry Platoon Leader in Vietnam and earned a B.A. in Political Science and an M.P.A. in Public Administration, and over three decades of public sector service culminating in the writing of UBUNTU: I Am Because We Are a Treatise on fixing the fractured state of American governance.