Unburdened by David Karademas

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From Writer's Digest: This is a passionate manifesto written by an author with strong convictions and a thorough knowledge of politics and history. It boasts a very particular point of view that will appeal to its audience of like-minded readers. It is an ambitious story that combines essays, narrative, dialogue, and diatribe into a work of great scope. Kirkus Review calls this manifesto a "unique homage" to the work of Ayn Rand. The author presents a series of innovative political and economic essays, masterfully presented in the form of a novel that increases in speed and excitement as the plot unfolds...IMAGINE what would happen if someone conceived a new economic system that revolutionized democracy and capitalism. Life would change drastically, more so than the first radio wave, the advent of the airplane, or even the birth of the Internet. Such colossal change is not unusual; it is only infrequent. All things evolve, including economic and political systems. IMAGINE the power that could be unleashed in a system that recognized the untapped potential of a truly free market. IMAGINE a world relieved of taxes and bureaucracy. IMAGINE a world with the standard of living increased for all echelons of society. Unburdened follows the journey of the man who envisions a system making all of this possible, and the passionate battle he has to fight to save the American people from their own federal government. Proving that the pen is mightier than the sword, he unites a super majority of voters, empowering his Common Sense Caucus to rise above even the Supreme Court. Armed only with the obvious truth of his writings, the author prepares for a showdown with those currently in power. The pieces on the chessboard have been set, and a match for the history books is about to begin. Lighting the pathway to the next step in political evolution, Unburdened provides real world solutions that meet the needs of both the left and the right, presenting a non-partisan common sense approach to healing our broken society. (Footnote: Beware of strong Obama supporters leaving negative feedback for this book and others like it. Such challenges will be met by the author, so please click into the "comments" link after certain reviews before forming opinions).
 

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Published April 6, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 590 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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While Rand’s influence runs though the novel, the writing here evokes her beliefs far more than her writing ability.

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