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Dr. David Schein is an attorney, consultant, author, and public speaker. He is an Associate Professor at the Cameron School of Business of the University of St. Thomas. He has been interviewed for television, radio, and numerous national and local publications.
"David Schein has articulated the concerns that many Americans have
been thinking for many years, especially since the 2006
presidential election. That is, the United States has been in a
sharp and grave decline from its world leadership role for the
better part of 50 to 100 years. In The Decline of America,
Schein offers an in-depth evaluation of every American president
for the last 100 years and gives them each a grade, most of which
are barely passing. In doing so, he uncovers underlying themes that
have contributed to the decline we are now experiencing. He also
provides a prescription for returning the country to its rightful
world leadership role, which includes asking Americans to better
educate themselves on the issues, not as the pundits, political
consultants, and candidates spin them, but based on their own
objective and non-partisan research and experience. Reading Dr.
Schein's book is a huge first step in that process."--James D.
Phillips Pd.D. J.D., Associate Dean, School of Management, Marist
"I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Decline of America: 100 Years of Leadership Failures. Based on performances and not popularity polls, Dr. Schein has assigned a grade for each president that represents an overall evaluation on their ethics and leadership. The recommendations for correcting the problems in the U.S. are clear and insightful. This remarkable book will help the reader with a new view of the last 100 years of U.S. presidents."--Wei Song, Ph.D., Professor of Marketing, School of Business, Black Hills State University
"While The Decline of America offers a historical perspective of the presidency and the men who have occupied it for the last century, it also serves as a precursor to what we might expect from Oval Office inhabitants in years and generations to come. Schein's look backward...can shed light on what we, our children, and our grandchildren might have in store."--Ed Barks, President, Barks Communications