Recent release ‘Misplaced Loyalty’ from Newman Springs Publishing author Lee Givens Jr. is the author’s beliefs toward the Democratic Party and how he believes his community should rethink how they vote.
NEWBERRY, Fla. (Newswire.com) – Lee Givens Jr. has completed his new book “Misplaced Loyalty”: a deep dive into the politics of the black community, mainly focused on how they tend to side with Democrats, but the author seeks to break down that relationship, pointing out the beginnings of the party and finding the connections from the past and the influence that they’ve had on the present while looking toward the future.
Published by Newman Springs Publishing, Lee Givens Jr.’s potent story is meant to be a type of wake-up call for the community, with well-researched documents of policies and actions of the party from their inception to how they’ve enforced changes within the community over time, which should garner a serious thought of whether or not to continue to support them.
Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Misplaced Loyalty” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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