Liberal, Nebraska by Clayton Quakenbush

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Liberal, Nebraska is a satirical look at modern liberalism and political correctness during the time of America's War in Iraq. The fictional town of Liberal is largely populated by eclectic artists, actors and musicians. They express their views about the war, President Bush, and an assortment of liberal causes including affirmed action, abortion, education, and free speech. The conservation minority consists of farmers, shopkeepers, and the local sheriff. Their support of the president and the war in Iraq frustrates the artisans who dismiss them as simple-minded. The conservations stand firm with their beliefs in God and country. The author adds two Buddhists who argue over which one practices the true way, a young Wicca member who believes he is descended from a fifteenth century white witch, and an internet friendship between the town's only moderate and a contancerous old war veteran. Liberal, Nebraska is an enjoyable, humorous novel that you will enjoy thoroughly. .
 

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Published May 1, 2004 by Authorhouse. 244 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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