The Final Trip by Byron Daring
The Squelching of a Dictatorship

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In wars there are no winners. As in medicine, prevention (war avoidances) supersedes the effects of treatments (war conflicts). Also, as in medicine, there are two forms of prevention: primary (eliminate the factors that may lead to an illness), and secondary (when the illness occurs, complications may be avoided).
Wars can be precipitated by the response to aggression, and by a variety of economical, political and/or religious factors.
There are two types of wars: external (i.e. countries fighting each other) and internal (i.e. revolutions opposing a dictatorship).
Alex, an exiled physician, developed a plan which succeeded in the elimination of a ruthless dictator, without bloodshed and revolution (The Omega Project).
Advances in technology make possible the fatal action against a dictator. There are weapons and conventional tools which just require imagination and meticulous planning.
Once again, Alex and a group of talented, courageous freedom fighters, succeed in deposing another cruel dictator.

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Published October 24, 2012 by iUniverse. 78 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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