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The failing United States falls into financial ruin as inflation and unemployment rip at her very fibers. Politicians profited from huge brides as they sold America to the world. China's Yuan replaces the dollar as the world currency. Nations refuse to trade with the weak United States. China, who holds so much American debt, faces the terror the United States may default. When Washington closes shop, they leave the States open to world plunder. China who already has in place seven million of its citizens working in hidden under the radar factories mobilizes a little Army of two million soldiers to replace the decaying American Military, who had fallen into destruction over massive budget cuts, to stabilize a continent that was on the verge of mass looting and riots. This story follows an Arkansas family from a small town. An unstable high school boy falls insanely infatuated with his beautiful neighbor, who is in love with another of her classmates. They end up in trouble with the authorities, and through intensive court battles, the violent Mitch is sent to a mental institution. Fearing his revenge upon his release in a few years, Cindy runs away with George and his older sisters. These hillbilly kids stumble on a bus packed with Chinese servants being sent to their work. They discover a scared Chinese servant girl who agrees to join them in their escape. This activates not only the corrupt American legal authorities but also the Chinese mafia as the nation seeks to execute them. They find sanctuary in the freezing mountains until being called back to society and an opportunity to meet their new nation, which evolved during their absence and now considered them heroes. Meanwhile, Mitch unleashes the three bloodiest terrorist attacks on Saint Louis and Memphis putting the stability of the modern union in jeopardy. The Chinese finally catch and execute him, leaving Cindy and her family to rebuilt security in this new world.