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Our country has been traveling a road that has lead us to an immoral society that history has told us time after time that that type of society will not succeed. This road is called: Socialistic Society, If we do not do something about it soon, we could say we may become a jungle, which I am sure even those traveling that road would not want. This book details the system with a very high probability of success in leaving that road and turning onto the road this book provides..

This book fundamentally is about a system that will ensure the future of our country will continue to be the republic it had for more than 200 years. It is all about an awakening call to all the American people to return our country to the moral republic it had been for those years. The system for doing just that is spelled out in detail by giving a wakeup call to our population and a structure upon the country's future rests, The structure is supported by eight fundamental pillars. These are clearly defined. They are morality (God), the human mind, education, the family, natural resources, military might, the Constitution, and unity. All eight pillars are adequately explained. The book tell how to plan for the undertaking the system to restore our republic, challenges to be faced, key factored involved, a plan-outline to be followed, and the leadership required to ensure success. It discusses the key factor that has allowed our republic to enjoy its 200 years. This key factor is Strata, probably only a few, if that, have or even knew about it or ever hear of it or if they have, did not considered it important,  Now you will find out here in this book what it is and its importance. Other topics covered are critical factors that help ensure the continuation of our republic (such as preventive maintenance and continuation of our population), a discussion on reality, what discrimination really is, the family roundtable, the monetary cycle, a poem of awakening ,”You were There”, a message to the rabble rouser, what is time, a letter to Uncle Sam, and much more.
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Feb 6, 2018
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The #1 New York Times bestselling author's ultimate edition of his wildly successful first novel featuring his "preferred text"—and including his special Neverwhere tale "How the Marquis Got His Coat Back"

Published in 1997, Neil Gaiman's darkly hypnotic first novel, Neverwhere, heralded the arrival of a major talent and became a touchstone of urban fantasy. Over the years, a number of versions were produced both in the U.S. and the U.K. Now Gaiman's preferred edition of his classic novel reconciles these works and reinstates a number of scenes cut from the original published books.

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In this brilliantly conceived tour de force, Stephen King—who has absorbed the social, political, and popular culture of his generation more imaginatively and thoroughly than any other writer—takes readers on an incredible journey into the past and the possibility of altering it.

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This book provides the reader with down-in-the-trenches, nonpolitical correctness of what has happened and is now happing to the once superb public educational system of our nation. It provides how this is degrading many of the pillars and their foundation, all of which rests the future of our nation. These pillars are the Constitution, education, family, morality, natural resources, and military strength. Their foundation is built on rock-solid earth and is called the human mind. Our nation has many pressing issues that require immediate and continuing efforts to scum by a united nation that is the leader of peace, liberty, and freedom-for-all people, which is not realized by millions of people of the nation. Neither do they recognize the importance the proper educational public education is to the nation. Yes, the nation has many pressing issues that require immediate and continuing efforts to be overcome by the nation that is the leader of peace, liberty, and freedom for all people. However, not realized by millions of our people is that education is the primary pillar of our nation and the human mind is the foundation upon what this pillar rest. This book is devoted to the failings of our current public educational system. It begins with what education is, when it started and how, what education is today, and what are required (includes planning stage) to restructure the proper system, all important factors in the educational system stressing the teacher, the students responsibilitieswhat they are and their importanceall administration, explanation of the important factors of leadership and management in the educational process from the top down. The important factors are defined and thoroughly explained with regard to the following: (1) students receiving an excellent education, (2) high government officials participation, (3) detailed information on the human mind and its impotence in achieving a good education, (4) the vital importance of family involvement, (5) the 8Rs, and (6) the federal educations budget, public opinions of todays education, and much more. This book is devoted to the failings of our current public educational system. It begins with mans beginning in becoming educated and throughout his history on this earth. It covers the development of the educational process and the different phases it went through. All the important factors that are needed for a good educational process are identified and by word as well as pictorially and in charts and tables, why they are important, and those that are lacking today, why and what, as well as how to overcome their current inadequacy. It discusses leadership and management, what they should be, as well as their absolute need to establish an excellent public educational system. It gives the framework of the plans that are required to develop the proper educational system for the nation and much more.
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