NEW YORK, NY; July 12, 2017 – The Bahnsen Group is pleased to announce that our very own David Bahnsen has entered into a publishing agreement with Post Hill Press for his pending book, Crisis of Responsibility: Our Cultural Addiction to Blame and How You Can Cure It, scheduled for a February 2018 publication.
Post Hill Press is a perfect publishing partner for the project, having published such conservative stalwarts as Oliver North, Ben Shapiro, Charlie Kirk, Herman Cain, Kurt Schlichter, and others.
“I am honored to work with Post Hill Press and their fine team of publishing professionals on this book. This is a message that means the world to me, and synthesizes all the things I am most passionate about into one very timely message,” says David Bahnsen.
“We are excited to be working with David on Crisis of Responsibility. His book helps open a much-needed conversation on an important subject in today’s political and cultural environment,” said Anthony Ziccardi, Publisher at Post Hill Press.
David French, senior writer at National Review and senior fellow at the National Review Institute, will contribute the foreword to the book.
The book aims to analyze the “populist uprisings” of the last year, and evaluate where the “blame game” targeting Washington D.C., Wall Street, free trade, the media (and more) makes perfect sense, but fails to tell the entire story. Readers will be provided a persuasive look at what Bahnsen feels is the story of much economic and cultural angst often wrongly scapegoated toward easy targets. The book will propose a culture of personal responsibility offering incredible hope for those feeling left out in the modern global economy.
About the Author
David L. Bahnsen is the Chief Investment Officer and Managing Partner of The Bahnsen Group of HighTower Advisors, a bi-coastal wealth management firm managing over $1 billion in client capital. David serves as a trustee at the National Review Institute, is a founding trustee for Pacifica Christian High School of Orange County, and is the vice president of the Lincoln Club of Orange County. He and his wife, Joleen, live with their three children in Newport Beach, CA.
Meghan Powers, Pace Public Relations