Segregated Citizens by James Pawlowski Jr.

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The Segregated Citizens Act has been passed. Which category are you? A change in course, Germany is the World War II victor. The aftermath snowballs right into your United States history lessons, forcing you in 1955-good American-placement into one of four Class Citizens. Jack Petrowski, a police officer living in Bayville, New York grows up during WWII and is living when the Citizenship Segregation Act is passed. His son, Mike, lives his entire life under the Act as a Second, sometimes prospering and sometimes suffering. Hiram Klopp and Jude Newbury, both live as arrogant Firsts. How does this segregation and categorization of American citizens change our country? Is this a piece of history repeating itself in a new form? We've seen the results before, haven't we?
 

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Published February 28, 2013 by Black Rose Writing. 240 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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