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Book By Author:  Todd Douglas

A Republic, if you can keep it
 A Republic, if you can keep it

 America stands, not at a crossroads, but at the edge of an abyss. We have a crushing national debt that can never be repaid, live under constant government surveillance, and are regulated in every aspect of our lives - right down to the amount of water that can flow out of your showerhead – by unelected bureaucrat thugs in Washington. Americans are angry and bewildered about how we arrived here. For the first time, Todd Douglas has provided Americans with a comprehensive history of how the constitutional government of the United States was undermined and ultimately destroyed. This destruction was not always deliberate, and was perpetrated by members of both the Republican and Democrat political parties that have ruled us for a century and a half. Readers will understand what the analysts fail to see; that the counterrevolution is complete – “Conservatives” have nothing left to conserve, and liberals will suffer alike under the same growing tyranny from our political masters. This book is required reading for those who want to understand what has happened and is happening to their country – and how to restore American freedom before it is lost to history.

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Author:  Todd Douglas