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Paperback Relese of Preserving Democracy Coming July 4

June 7, 2010


Gonzalez, Florida

Paperback Edition of Preserving Democracy to be Released

Preserving Democracy Front CoverSUMMARY: The 2nd expanded paperback edition of Preserving Democracy by Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. will be released July 4, 2010 with advance copies available starting June 8, 2010.

RELEASE: Energion Publications announces the impending release of the 2nd, paperback edition of Preserving Democracy, the exciting exposé of the political situation in the United States today. With precision and merciless logic, author Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. cuts to the heart of the problems that threaten to weaken and ultimately destroy our democracy.

Why release a second edition? Because the political landscape in America seems to be wavering. “Many people realize that something is broken with government but they are not sure what.  Preserving Democracy clearly reveals the root causes behind the problems that threaten our country,” says Elgin.

Elgin is an engineer, business owner, author, lecturer, and commentator with a B.A in Electrical Engineering, and MA in Christian Apologetics, and an MBA in Technology Management. His interest and concern for how government works was instilled in him by his mother and father, to whom he is very grateful.

Elgin says of Preserving Democracy, “It does not waste time with partisan finger pointing.  The problems we face are too serious. It focuses on the policies and the problems, not the politicians and the parties. This is not to say that it is a middle of the road book without a clear position. It is not.  It argues strongly for the vision of the democratic republic set forth by the Founding Fathers in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution – a Republic where individuals and liberty are dominant.”

The second edition is in handsome paperback format, with new, larger type. In addition, it has three new forewords from readers of the first edition, one from a liberal, one from a moderate, and one from a conservative. Elgin has also written an extended update on the book, showing how various issues have developed since the first edition.

This final chapter will be especially valuable to those who are trying to make sense of the claims and counter-claims that have resulted from the tea party movement. If you would like to make informed decisions about this year’s elections, you owe it to yourself to read Preserving Democracy.


Advance copies of Preserving Democracy will begin shipping June 9, 2010, and the official release date is July 4, 2010. The suggested retail price will be $14.99. For interviews or for further information contact Energion Publications via e-mail, marketing@energion.com or by phone at 850-525-3916 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              850-525-3916      end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              850-525-3916      end_of_the_skype_highlighting, or see this book’s dedicated web site, preservingdemocracy.com. To purchase your copy direct from the publisher, go to http://energiondirect.com.

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