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Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite
Politics is a frustrating and complicated process. It pays for all sides involved to lay out their viewpoint in a way that makes sense to all sides, even those who are diametrically opposed to them. For myself, I am opposed to anything that in any way makes the United States smaller. I see the world moving towards bigger and hopefully better unions that give representation to more and more people. I am a futurist. I believe the future calls on us to work together. I think this is a necessity. Having said that, I really enjoyed reading Texit: Why and How Texas Will Leave The Union by Daniel Miller. I learned a lot from it. I got to see how the other side thinks and I feel that is always a good thing. It is hard to predict who is right or wrong about any state or group of states wanting to leave the Union. All I know for sure is that it has been tried before and it didn’t work out. Daniel Miller makes a strong case for the fact that maybe it can.
What I liked most about Texit: Why and How Texas Will Leave The Union is that it is well thought out, well researched, and well written. I did not always agree with the conclusions drawn, but I have not thought about this subject as much as Daniel Miller has. He has, in fact, educated me and made me want to learn more. That is a great result for any book and Texit is a great book on this subject, whether you agree with it or not. Everyone living in Texas, or any place that might want to exit the Union, should read Texit before making any decision about such an important event.