Reform America
We the People demanding a voice.
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Reform America


Book Project


The Reform America Book Project is an effort to bring together viewpoints from all social, political, religious and economic backgrounds in America on solutions to the problems that face our nation.

While the obvious issues of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are pressing and important, they are not the only issues facing our nation. Reform America believes that we need to talk about issues that impact the daily lives of Americans if we are to move America forward into the future and keep our country strong and safe for future generations.

To that end we are asking for Americans to submit articles on the following list of topics. We ask that you follow the guidelines set forth in the Guidelines section of this document in the interest of consistency of content quality for the book slated for publication in early 2009.

Subject List:

Alternative Fuels

Immigration Reform

Border Security

Insurance Reform

Campaign Finance Reform

Judicial Accountability

Corporate Accountability

Judicial Ethics

Corporate Ethics

Labor Reform

Disaster Relief

Legislating Morals

Education Reform

Legislative Accountability

Environmental Education

Legislative Ethics

Equal Access to Government Services

Line Item Veto

Family Friendly Legislation

Lobby Reform

Federal Funding of the Arts

Media Accountability

Foreign Relations

Military Readiness

Free Speech Protections

National Security

Free Trade

PAC Reform

Freedom of Religion

Parental Accountability

Gay & Lesbian Rights

Prison Reform

Green House Emissions

Reproductive Rights

Gun Control

Separation of Powers

Healthcare Reform

Taxation Equity

Homelessness

Tort Reform

Human Rights in Global Relations

Veterans Affairs

Human Rights in Domestic Intelligence

Welfare Reform



Guidelines for the articles:


1: Any statements of fact must have corroborating evidence source noted.
2: All suggestions for solutions must be realistic and achievable.
3: Personal attacks should not be included in any article. (This is about solutions not attacks. Noting examples of problems that include a group's or individual's actions should be stated in a factual manner without editorializing.)
4: Opinions should be stated as such.
5: No profanity. (The book should be accessible to the widest possible audience and profanity dissuades some readers while the lack of profanity will not likely dissuade any readers.)


Hard copy submissions can be mailed to:

Reform America Book Project
425 Orange St. #402
Oakland, CA 94610

You can e-mail soft copy submissions by e-mailing your submission to:

book_project@reform-america.net



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