At "War for Justice" is the book of the century. Brings to light the blood, sweat and tears from past generations that made this country great. The human suffering for the past 100 years due to wars and political unrest throughout the world. Highlights the status of our civilization and the future of our planet for future generations and us. The demise of a corporate giant, (Mot) from "Glory to Ashes" took 75 years to build and 15 to destroy. While the super powers, United States, Russia, China and nations with nuclear weapons are playing "Russian Roulette" with the development of more sophisticated nuclear weapons. We are heading for self-destruction of the human race. Our corrupt politicians are serving their own interests and not the interest of "We the People". Wasting taxpayers' money in the military builds up around the world and aids to other countries, while people in their country are starving. A judicial system design to protect all people, rich and poor regardless color, race, religion, gender, equal justice for all. Its justice for people with money, it is about a judicial system that you need to pay to play. It's about the ills of our constitution, our democracy, and our freedom that we take for granted.
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About the Author
Carmelo (Carmen) Pinnavaria migrated to the United States at the age of nineteen, and he exercised his legal right as a naturalized citizen. He explored the American culture to build a future, and a better way of life like many others before him. After a year, he realized that the United States is a jungle and only the fittest has the hope to survive. To understand the American culture, he went to night school to learn English; it was not easy at all. As a young man wanting to build a future, he enrolls at the University of Life, known as the "School of Hard Knocks.” From his self-studies, he wanted to understand what makes capitalism work. Today, he wishes that he never did. For this, he needed to find a job with a future. His first job was as a draftsman trainee. But to get ahead, you needed to switch from job to job with different companies to get as much experience as possible.