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Corporatocracy: A Revolution in Progress

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Zusammenfassung

With the election of Barack Obama as president of the United States, a retired attorney and patriot began writing a collection of essays commenting on the problems he sees around him.

Lee S. Dimin, who served in the Army Air Force during World War II, shares how the growing power of corporations and governmental corruption is hurting American citizens. In this collection of essays, he examines issues such as

ways to bridge differences between Democrats and Republicans; Islams continuing quest to dominate the world; the intentions of the nations Founding Fathers in writing the Constitution, and how their ideals are being violated; the increasing deficit and its implications on every single citizen; the ways in which mounting divisions between the rich and poor are hurting the country.

The challenges that face the United States continue to grow in number, but they are not insurmountable. In Corporatocracy, youll learn equip yourself with the knowledge that will help you take the country back.

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