If you're unaware you are, by definition, unaware you're unaware. So it is in modern-day America, where the mass of the nation's citizenry doesn't understand how we slipped from proud self-governance into servitude to an overreaching government.
Limited government has been abandoned in favor of unconstitutional federal oversight. Free enterprise has been imprisoned. And individual freedoms? Little more than illusions or delusions. We've been screwed, blued, tattooed, and sold down the river.
DH Mason documents our century-long journey from a republican form of government through the mire and muck of democracy into our current predicament-the insanity of socialism.
More importantly, Mason offers solutions, including acts of legislation and constitutional amendments that will return our nation to what it was supposed to be-not what a small group of elitists feel is in our "best interests."
We can reverse the course of history, but doing so will be an uphill fight. Mason provides you with the knowledge, tools, and strategies you'll need. Ultimately, it comes down to what you want-a socialist, bureaucratic dictatorship, or a system of diverse jurisdiction that, not easily corrupted, creates true representative government.
Are you aware? If not, shouldn't you be?
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About the Author
DH Mason was born in 1946 in Dumas, Arkansas, the elder of twin boys by twenty-five minutes. He was born breech and has had a contrary perspective ever since-at least according to his brother.
As a young man, Mason worked as a cotton picker and swamper. He attended Reedley College for almost ten minutes before dropping out and moving to Martinez, California, where he worked as a warehouseman.
Mason and his brother served in the US Air Force during the Vietnam War, working on the then classified supersonic SR-71s. After an honorable discharge he worked as a Southern Pacific Transportation Company railroad switchman. During the 1980s he became politically active after attending a freedom rally in Sacramento, California.
Mason married his wife Linda in 1967. They have a son, daughter, two grandsons, and one great-grandson.