Beyond A House Divided
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Beyond A House Divided

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In Beyond a House Divided: The Moral Consensus Ignored by Washington, Wall Street & the Media, bestselling author Carl Anderson explores what many have missed: an overwhelming American consensus on many of the country's seemingly most divisive issues. If the debates are shrill in public, he says, there is a quiet consensus in private - one that America's institutions ignore at their peril. From health care, to the role of religion in America, to abortion, to the importance of traditional ethics in business, political discourse, and society, Anderson uses fresh polling data and keen insight in Beyond a House Divided to show that a surprising consensus has emerged despite these debates. He sheds light on what's been missing in the public and political debates of the last several years.

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Carl Anderson, New York Times bestselling author and CEO/Supreme Knight of the Catholic organization Knights of Columbus, explores what the talking heads in American politics have missed: an overwhelming American consensus on many of the country’s seemingly most divisive issues. From health care, to the role of religion in America, to abortion, to the importance of traditional ethics in business and society, Anderson uses fresh polling data and keen insight in Beyond a House Divided to show that a surprising consensus has emerged despite these debates. Shedding light on what’s been missing in the public and political debates of the last several years, Anderson suggests that we should look to the consensus among Americans as the best prospect for a beneficial conclusion.

As Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, Carl A. Anderson is the CEO and chairman of the board of the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization, which has more than 1.7 million members. Since Anderson assumed the responsibilities of Supreme Knight in 2000, the Knights of Columbus have achieved new heights in charitable giving, providing more than $139 million directly to charity and 64 million hours in voluntary service in 2008 alone. A member of the bar of the District of Columbia, he and his wife Dorian are the parents of five children.

 
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