The Rise of False Altruism: How Obama, Clinton, and Bush Paved the Way for a Trump Presidency (Game Theory Politics-The Series) (Volume 1)
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Game Theory Politics – The Series is the debut non-fiction book series from Jill M. McClure, and it consists of three books: 1) The Rise of False Altruism: How Obama, Clinton, and Bush Paved the Way for a Trump Presidency, 2) The Politics of Greater Good: Constitutionalism vs. Utilitarianism, and 3) Civilian Disobedience: Donald Trump The Populist Defector.
Game Theory, Decision Theory, and Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments and Wealth of Nations make up the core of Jill’s post U.S. Constitutional political science treatise, Political False Altruism Framework. Each book in the series highlights one of the three constructs which make up this grounded political theory. Book one is based on the first construct, Political Moral Utility Choice Principles; book two is the second construct, Politics of Greater Good Comparison Chart; and book three, the third construct, is McClure Game: Presidential Decision-Maker’s Model.
These works seamlessly guide the American electorate on how to preserve freedom and liberty—and insure against the risky Washington DC political establishment’s damaging fundamental transformation of America’s federal politics and government.
The truth of the matter is whether you choose to be well-informed, ill-informed, or un-informed as an American citizen—our entire political system was designed with you as a key stakeholder and player.
On Political Morality: Book #1, The Rise of False Altruism: How Obama, Clinton, and Bush Paved the Way for a Trump Presidency
This construct helps bring us closer to answering the first question that I pose in The Altruism Problem: Hope Interrupted section in chapter one; which is, We the People should be principally concerned with:
“How can we identify when presidential politicians modify their political moral utility (or moral usefulness) state in the name of political altruism—only in efforts to disguise their political false altruism?”
Political Moral Utility Choice Principles Model: Specifically the rules, influencer strategies, and expected utility (EU) choice modifiers leveraged by political actors.
Political Moral Utility Choice Principle strategies: 1. Informing our citizens truthfully on the “why” certain strategies need to be taken and not in a counterfactual thinking manor 2. Instructing our citizens with anchor bias free statements on the “how” expected utility (EU) actions will be carried out 3. Insuring our citizens of the “what” an expected outcome will be and its Pareto optimality/efficiency—while protecting against risky inefficient outcomes
More importantly, the Game Theory Politics series diligently couples theory with practice in a captivating grounded political framework. This pragmatic treatise is underwritten with logic, and comes at a time when real life political games are proving to be greater than, or equal to…treason itself.
Game Theory. Define. Why is this relevant? Moves and countermoves. Who is the enemy? Trust the mission. — Q