The Tide of Poverty by Jack Walts

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The Tide of Poverty is a soberingly plausible account of how easy it would be to bring
a nuclear device into our nation and to destroy not only the northern half of the State
of Washington but to deliver four additional nuclear ‘dirty bombs’ to our nations’
capital. As wildfi res ravage our nation, as states secede from the union, as right wing
hate groups gain leverage not only in local areas but in national politics as well the
reader will begin to realize how perilously close to anarchy our nation has drifted.It is also a delightful account of how in many crisis ordinary people rise to what is
demanded of heroes and thwart diabolical plots of massive intrigue and power. It is
seldom the ‘super hero’ that ‘saves the day’. It is the ordinary person who lives up to
the standard set by Robert Service when he in the 1800’s wrote
“Carry On”.America needs to wake up to what is happening. For too long we have allowed
political ideology to supplant common sense, science, even religion. You may deny
that far right wing groups pose a danger to our nation and to your very last breath
you may cast blame on others, yet when radiation burns your fl esh, when wildfi res
consume your homes or fl oods sweep you out to sea you will still be dead. And so
will your nation.

About Jack Walts

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Published August 10, 2012 by Xlibris. 261 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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