APRIL 18, 2016

Getting to Green: Saving Nature: A Bipartisan Solution (forthcoming, W. W. Norton, April 2016) tells the story of how the American environmental movement lost its way and explains how it can get back on track. The book contains a rousing call for conservatives to reconnect with their long tradition of support for conservation and for the Green movement to adopt the reforms necessary to restore bipartisan support for the environmental agenda.

Getting to Green Trailer coming soon

Christian Nation paints a disturbing and all-too-realistic portrait of a nation whose government slowly marches towards full-blown theocratic rule. More about Christian Nation . . . 

  • Frederic Rich's Christian Nation and learn fear.
    — Richard Dawkins
  • Well written and persuasive...imaginative plot...a worthwhile read.
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  • [A] wonderful book...wonderfully cinematic, I’d love to see it as a TV series. I highly recommend it.
    — Erroll Louis, "NY1"
  • It's not for us to say, 'It can't happen here.' This disturbing book argues that much of it already has.
    Book Page
  • Required Reading...
    NY Post
  • Riveting, provacative reading.
  • An inheritor to Sinclair Lewis’ 1935 novel, It Can’t Happen Here.
    Kirkus Reviews
  • ...[A] compelling and timely parable for our time.
    — Rev. Dr. Robert Allan Hill, Professor, New Testament and Pastoral Theology, Boston University
  • Both Republicans and Democrats should read this book...
    — Trevor Potter, Former Chairman, Federal Election Commission
  • The scariest thing about Christian Nation is that it’s so plausible...
    — The Rev. Barry W. Lynn, Executive Director, Americans United for Separation of Church and State
  • This riveting novel should join Sinclair Lewis’s It Can't Happen Here as an American classic...
    — Nadine Strossen, Former President, American Civil Liberties Union

Fred Rich is an author whose writing, both fiction and non-fiction, probes contemporary political and moral issues from a fresh perspective.  That perspective is independent, non-partisan, and pragmatic. More about the author . . .