A Republic,
Not a Democracy

How to Restore Sanity in America​

Let Adam Brandon, one of America’s leading activists, explain the past, the present, and the future of American conservatism, and offer advice from his unique perspective on how to bridge the generational and political divides in the United States for a better future.

America faces incredibly consequential choices over the direction of the nation. Far-left Democrats who label themselves as “progressives” want to shatter constitutional norms and move America backward through command-and-control economic policies while continuing to divide us with identity politics.

In A Republic, Not a Democracy, FreedomWorks President Adam Brandon draws on his experiences from when he was a kid in Ohio, his time in post-communist Poland, and his current role in Washington, DC to offer perspective on the choices that America has before it. He uses these experiences to provide a unique take on how to win voters with a pro-growth message on economic policy. 

Our Founding Fathers knew from personal experience that liberty comes from our God given rights, not the government. In similar fashion, Adam Brandon articulates why this is still the case through anecdotes from his own past.
Sen. Rand Paul
Adam Brandon is one of the brightest new leaders in Washington, with a clear understanding of how to unite conservatives and libertarians across the nation to Drain the DC Swamp.
Adam Brandon understands that free markets equal free people. His book, which illustrates simply how economic growth lifts all boats, should serve as a guide for anyone who truly believes in unlocking America’s potential for all.

ADAM BRANDON is the president of FreedomWorks, the largest free-market grassroots advocacy organization in the country, which helps over six million activists. He has been published in and quoted by, among others, Fox News, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, and The Hill. He earned a B.A. from George Washington University and master’s degrees from Georgetown University, George Washington University, and Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland.