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      This Hardcover First Edition of America: Hope For Change has been personally Autographed by Robert Ehrlich. Exclusively Made Available at


      America: Hope for Change explores the causes and remedies to the seven most difficult issues confronting (and confounding) our culture and country. Tackling complex issues, former Maryland Governor, US Congressman, Bob Ehrlich presents an urgent call to action on behalf of a conservative, common sense political force that will determine the quality of life for generations to come.

       Ehrlich tackles the tough issues, including, the role of government vis-à-vis the individual, strengthening American culture, fiscal practices and debt, healthcare delivery, job creation, social security, and national security. With his more then 25 years of experience leading the charge to restore the greatness of America, Ehrlich offers a solid direction on the policy changes needed for our culture, our government, our health, our jobs, our retirement, our defense, and ourselves. A must read for Americans seeking a battle plan to defeat the progressive agenda in time for the 2016 election year!


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      Product Details

      • Pages: 352 pages
      • Release Date: November 19, 2013
      • ISBN-13: 9781618689924
      • Edition: Autographed First Edition

      About The Author

      ROBERT L. EHRLICH, JR. is a former governor of Maryland, United States congressman, state legislator, and published author (Turn This Car Around, BenBella Books, Inc., 2011). He is a partner with the Atlanta firm of King & Spalding. His opinion pieces have appeared in many of America’s leading newspapers and journals, including The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, The Washington Times, Washington Examiner, and National Review. He lives with his wife, Kendel, and sons, Drew and Joshua, in Annapolis, Maryland.