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In The Ghost of Nathan Hale, Dr. Tony Kern sounds the alarm on unresponsive government and citizen disengagement that has a once great America searching for its identity, and perhaps its soul.


The former military pilot and award-winning federal executive lays out the problem of declining public trust in government as an existential threat, not only to America, but to the future of the world itself.


A fascinating book on the renewal of citizenship, passion, purpose, and government accountability that every American should read.


Kern's concept of the Office of Citizen as the most important job in America lays bare and laser targets a host of government sector challenges and potential solutions to the public trust issue most others won't even touch.

The Ghost of Nathan Hale

  • Tony Kern

  • Paperback 323 pages: 6 X 9

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