From journalist and bestselling author Mark Steyn comes “After America”, and the eagerly anticipated follow-up book to his “New York Times” bestseller “America Alone”. Forget Jimmy Carter, LBJ’s Great Society, or the new New Deal. The new administration is embarking on something far more radical and transformative: a full-scale Europeanization of American exceptionalism.
In the eagerly anticipated “After America”, “New York Times” bestselling author Mark Steyn argues that Barack Obama is not the first African-American president but the first Scandinavian Prime Minister of the United States — a man who underneath the telepromptered cool, takes a profoundly continental view of big government.
If you prefer nanny-state security to individual liberty, bureaucratic regulation to economic dynamism, and like the sound of countries that levy a flatulence tax per cow you own, you’re in for a treat.
But for the rest of us, the U.S. is rapidly approaching a tipping point that will condemn us to life in a post-prosperity America mired in the same arthritic torpor as the rest of the West-and will also leave the world a far more dangerous place.
If you thought “America Alone” was hilarious, “After America” will have you laughing through your tears as Steyn reveals the drastic – and disastrous – changes that are in store for America.