Daniel Blackman, author of Nationalism without Compassion has just launched the sale of his first book. This book empowers readers to embrace a larger moral compass within the United States leading up to the 2020 presidential election. We are in the midst of a defining moment—as a country and a species—and the ways we choose to frame the issues matter now more than ever. From the pulpit to the president, the ballot to the bullet, take a moment and ask yourself, “What constitutes the American nation? On what is our nationalism based? If it is to exist beyond the vestiges of what Dr. King called the triple evils—race, materialism, and militarism—how then do we define it?” This is the real conversation boiling out of the veins of American society, and we risk everything if we don’t define the acceptable parameters.