Surviving the Sociopolitical Tsunami: A Proven Approach to Regaining Nationwide Equilibrium

Under the Magnifying Glass - Gain an in-depth, behind-the-scenes analysis of our present political situation with the help of The Political Epidemiology Institute in Jacksonville, Florida.

We are offering a new approach to the discipline of political science that provides a method to observe the political environment at the invisible, subsurface, systemic level. Developed over a 10-year period through the collaboration between the Political Epidemiology Project, an interdisciplinary team using epidemiology as a paradigm; and the Save the Republic Project, which was created to transform the mindset of America's democratic institutions.

Powerful Combination - The Political Epidemiology Institute is the combination of the praxis and theory of two people: Marv Kramer, a major strategist/tactician for both the breaking of college football's color barrier in the Deep South at the 1961 Gator Bowl in Jacksonville and the successful landmark voting rights struggle during the 80's in Dallas; and Professor Harvey Wheeler, visionary political scientist who was the Program Director at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions in Santa Barbara, former Editor of the Journal for Social and Biological Structures, and co-author with Eugene Burdick of Fail Safe which was later made into a movie starring Henry Fonda and Walter Matthau.