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Lessons from Fallen Civilizations: Can a bankrupt America survive the current Islamic threat?
     

Lessons from Fallen Civilizations: Can a bankrupt America survive the current Islamic threat?

by Larry Kelley
 

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Seven out of Ten people say America is in Decline! Why? Because they can clearly see the government is out of control: * Imposing huge tax burdens on those who produce wealth * Taking away our freedoms while supplying no real leadership * Causing companies to create jobs oversees while too many of us are out of work Americans instinctively know our decline makes us

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Seven out of Ten people say America is in Decline! Why? Because they can clearly see the government is out of control: * Imposing huge tax burdens on those who produce wealth * Taking away our freedoms while supplying no real leadership * Causing companies to create jobs oversees while too many of us are out of work Americans instinctively know our decline makes us vulnerable to attack. Our slow-motion suicide gravely harms us all. What are the forces at work now which threaten to destroy us? Find out why militant Islam is a greater threat to us than ever. Lessons from Fallen Civilizations provides the solutions needed to reverse our decline. Discover the 10 factors that have repeatedly brought down great civilizations and which threaten us now! Find out how we can halt our decline if we resolve to learn from history, understand our mortal enemies and commit to defeating them.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015696509
Publisher:
Hugo House Publishers, Ltd.
Publication date:
09/01/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
362
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Larry Kelley earned his BA in English Literature from the University of California at Santa Barbara. Upon graduation, he led surfing explorations to North Africa and Central America, until he went to work in high-technology sales. Since 9/11 he has written articles on terrorism and resurgent militant Islam for the San Francisco Chronicle, Human Events, Townhall Magazine and other publications. His favorite musician is cowboy bard, Pete Charles, whose beautiful country western ballads include the Kelley Compilation.

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