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History, Philosophy, Politics and Society 


A Summary and Critical Analysis of

Ben Carson and Candy Carson’s


One Nation

What We Can All Do to Save America’s Future

by I.K. Mullins

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This book is not the actual book, One Nation: What We Can All Do To Save America’s Future. This book includes an unofficial summary and critical analysis of Ben Carson and Candy Carson’ book One Nation: What We Can All Do To Save America’s Future.

The publisher and author of this book make no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of these contents and disclaim all warranties. The publisher or author of this book is not liable for any damages whatsoever. This book is not endorsed or affiliated with Ben Carson, or any person or entity associated with his book, One Nation. Do not purchase a copy of this book if you are looking for a full copy of Ben Carson’s One Nation.




Ben Carson is an American writer and a neurosurgeon retired from Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is known as the first surgeon who successfully separated conjoined twins joined at the head. In 2001, CNN and Time Magazine named Carson one of the nation’s 20 foremost physicians and scientists. Carson, who grew up in a poor single-parent household in Detroit, authored a few best-selling books and more than 100 neurosurgical publications.

In 2008, Ben Carson was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He became a popular figure in conservative media after he gave the keynote speech at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast. In his speech, Ben Carson presented his views on social issues and the federal government, as well as his political critique of President Obama.

In his book, One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America’s Future, Carson proposes solutions to the problems that plague the nation’s health care, education, and tax policy. He criticizes rising national debt and Obamacare. He also discusses political correctness and the restrictions it places on candid and straightforward discussion of important issues. In One Nation, Carson refers to his own life story and biblical passages when he emphasizes the role of faith in addressing the complex problems that our nation faces today. He   booksummary_onenation_page_03 booksummary_onenation_page_04 booksummary_onenation_page_05 booksummary_onenation_page_06 booksummary_onenation_page_07 booksummary_onenation_page_08 booksummary_onenation_page_09 booksummary_onenation_page_10 booksummary_onenation_page_11 booksummary_onenation_page_12 booksummary_onenation_page_13 booksummary_onenation_page_14 booksummary_onenation_page_15 booksummary_onenation_page_16 booksummary_onenation_page_17 booksummary_onenation_page_18 booksummary_onenation_page_19 booksummary_onenation_page_20 booksummary_onenation_page_21 booksummary_onenation_page_22



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