Barack Obama, America and the World by George Davis

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This is the first in a series of world-sourced, interactive books about President Barack Obama.

Novelist/journalist George Davis writes provocative essays and uses the Internet to send them around the world. His essays along with world-sourced feedback, gives an offbeat and upbeat, but very authentic vision of race, gender, religion, and politics at the present moment in history.

This work of serious creative non-fiction gives a sometimes humorous picture of Barack Obama, America, and the world more far-reaching than anything ever seen before.

Readers of each book in the five-book series can submit their own feedback to be considered for publication in subsequent books. Along with reactions from many points of view and cartoons from twice Pulitzer-nominated Robert Ariail, Davis’ stylish writing gives a matchless panorama of the American and world minds at the beginning of the new century.
 

About George Davis

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George L. Davis is the pastor of Faith Christian Center in Jacksonville, Florida, and serves in the office of bishop, overseeing ten additional ministries throughout Florida, Georgia, Virginia, and Piura, Peru. Davis has a bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of North Florida and is an anointed leader and teacher with more than twenty years of ministry experience.  He is the author of Holy Ghost Buoyancy and Lord, Save Me From Me, and he also publishes the monthly magazine Family Life Now with his wife and partner in ministry, April.
 
Published October 3, 2011 by BookBaby. 53 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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