Review: The Decline of America


“The Decline of America” offers a carefully documented analysis of the last seventeen U.S. presidents. These men, eight Democrats and nine Republicans, have shaped the last 100 years, not only for America, but for the world. Each president is profiled with unsparing scrutiny so we can see where it’s all gone wrong.

David Schein follows these critiques by proposing ways to improve America’s outlook for the next 100 years—before it’s too late.

Rating: 5-stars


The Decline of America by David D. Schein is a wonderful historical book to read. It features the history of AMerican failure on both sides of our government. The writer was objective. He wrote about the failures of United States presidents on both sides of the coin. Both Republican and Democrat alike. Not too many writers have done this or do it at all. The writing was well-done. It was a joy to read. It like reading a textbook from high school, easy to read yet high in facts. I believe that by presenting both parties in this book the author did his job well enough that nothing in the book was biased. Whenever there is an argument of a presentation of one’s writing some bias may occur yet after reading so many similar books, this one is the best. I enjoyed the breakdown of each president’s failures and why the author came to that conclusion. Overall, I would highly recommend this nonfiction yet educational objective to all fans of history and politics.

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