Social scientists have long questioned the origin of President Obama’s most deeply-held economic philosophy.
Is it, they wondered, rooted in the mixed up mélange of cultures in which he was raised? Did it spring, as others suggested, from some genetic link to his father’s exotic homeland? Or does it arise, as some have proposed, from the spiritual awakening of his college years?
Now the truth can been discovered and can finally be revealed.
Barack Obama’s most treasured economic philosophies can been traced back to his extensive childhood reading of the works of Brant Parker and Johnnie Hart, two highly-regarded 20th century artists and political scientists.