Item description for The Rise of An American Cowboy by Myung Un Lee...
In the past era of a crisis of confidence, called 'Vietnam syndrome,' Mr. Ronald Reagan made a meteoric rise from obscurity, and had the cowboy people regain the 'Old Glory' of their country once and for all. And in this troublesome world of 'Axis of Evils,' how can an American cowboy overcome wicked evils once again, just as Reagan did previously ? Along with its unrivaled 'hard power' of military strength, through the 'spiritual rise' of morality, based on the Christian charity(or love), and, by trying to take hearts and minds of all sentient beings on the globe(soft power), cowboy could safely lead and rule the world also in 21st century again as a gentle 'uncle' Sam with little fighting, instead of trigger-happy cowboy(gunman), just as said by Sunz(or Sun-tzu) in his ancient art of war. Against his old tactics, an American cowboy has got bogged down in the quagmires of Vietnam, Iraq, and even North Korea again and again, sadly enough.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Jul 7, 2007
Publisher Washington House
ISBN 1934020311 ISBN13 9781934020319
Reviews - What do customers think about The Rise of An American Cowboy?
Softpower of the U.S.A. May 22, 2008
Unrivaled militarily as he is, an American cowboy has got bogged down in the quagmires again and again. Seemingly, cowboy has had troubles fighting in the Orient, and then, what could be the reason, I wonded.
Rise, Cowboy~! Nov 14, 2007
I think the author suggests that with 'hard power' of Amrican military strength, closely combined with 'soft power' of Oriental mentalism, an American cowboy could lead and rule this world again in 21st century also, through his spiritual rise of morality based on Christian love.
The spiritual rise of the USA. Oct 31, 2007
When I read this novel last week, I felt it is so sincere and eclectic approach to the piled-up karma of America in the Oriental sense of meaning. I thought this book is largely based on the real experiences of author, including a sad love affair, and various first-hand experiences with a famous Korean psychic concerning the coming future of the USA now at war on terrorism.