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As I See It: Class Warfare: the Only Resort to Right Wing Doom

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America is currently at a tipping point. There is an ideological battle between the Left Progressive Liberals and the Right Wing Conservatives.

This book illustrates the massive defects in the Right's policies that have led us to the brink of a precipitous fall over a cliff. The book provides the real narrative that should be the balance between the corporation, the government, and the individual citizen. It dispels the notion of the ...

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As I See It: Class Warfare The Only Resort To Right Wing Doom

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Overview

America is currently at a tipping point. There is an ideological battle between the Left Progressive Liberals and the Right Wing Conservatives.

This book illustrates the massive defects in the Right's policies that have led us to the brink of a precipitous fall over a cliff. The book provides the real narrative that should be the balance between the corporation, the government, and the individual citizen. It dispels the notion of the corporation being inherently more benevolent than the government.

Most importantly the book presents a logical solution to the economic woes of the country. Implemented over time the suggested policy changes would ensure that America lives up to the America we all expect it to be.

This book illustrates the massive defects in the Right's policies that have led us to the brink of a precipitous fall over a cliff. The book provides the real narrative that should be the balance between the corporation, the government, and the individual citizen. It dispels the notion of the corporation being inherently more benevolent than the government.

Most importantly the book presents a logical solution to the economic woes of the country. Implemented over time the suggested policy changes would ensure that America lives up to the America we all expect it to be.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453608166
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/31/2010
  • Pages: 206
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2012

    After reading the review posted October 16th I was about to not

    After reading the review posted October 16th I was about to not purchase this book. Then I remembered a video I saw where Right Wing hacks would look for all liberal and progressive books and simply write a bad review. This was one of the best books I purchased as it spoke to me. I fully understand how the system works now and how we are being taken advantage of. Most importantly I do not feel powerless anymore. Man, knowledge is power. Get this book to prime your liberal friends and to gently educate those on the Right.

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  • Posted October 16, 2011

    He should have hired an editor

    Wow. I was excited to read the book based on the content, and I figured that books on B&N are selected using some sort of filtering system (i.e. not just anyone could sell a book on the site). However, after reading through just 2 chapters of this book, I could not continue. The grammar and spelling is ridiculous. The author does not believe in commas at all, and there are misspellings and inappropriate word usage scattered throughout. I would like to believe that content speaks louder than just words and punctuation, but it becomes too painful and discredits any sort of knowledge the author may have. It makes me think- if he cannot grasp the English language, how does he think he has any foundation on which to write a book? Inquiring minds want to know.

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