The central question/problem of the book is twofold. In the past, Amn politics was local: it reflected the needs of people in communities/regions across the country. Today, on the other hand, DC flies over the US. Representational government used to work but not much anymore; so, what has happened? It is as if a big blob crashed earth from a distant globe, top-notch desire of capitalism consumes everything in its path Thus, violence and violation of political party capitalism compose the book's complaint in Part I
Next, what about democracy, and the spans of time in culture/history when the constitution served the people? Because the founders are the experts, Part Il looks back — in literature to trace the spirit of equality to the Declaration of Independence. Finally, to find in the 'instrument of government' itself the wherewithal and supreme power to address and tackle today's most difficult challenges.. Essentially, this book makes the case that Ama's constitution rocks!