2076-reagan's Last Word

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 1, 2010 - 335 pages
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In 1976, Ronald Reagan, at the Republican Convention, announced he placed a letter in a time capsule to be opened in Los Angeles in 2076. In a speech given at that convention, Reagan expressed his concern that the people of 2076 would never get to read the letter because it spoke of individual freedom. America, 2076 the United States has been fundamentally changed, and the government controls every aspect of daily life medical decisions, consumption, speech, transportation, even the right to be alive all in the name of social justice. Michael Adams, a journalism student, writes an article about America's Tercentennial and wonders if his generation understands what it means to be an American. He discovers a plot to destroy the Reagan letter, its message no longer welcome in a country where liberty has died and tyranny rules. He turns to the man who introduced him to Reagan's ideas Calvin Marshall, a history professor who is hiding, and only his granddaughter, Michael's ex-girlfriend, Jackie Perez, knows of his whereabouts. Soon, Michael goes on the run, persecuted by a federal agent determined to silence him at any cost. To keep the letter from being destroyed, he has to face the agent, community organizers, rats, strippers, high-speed trains, bandits, Obamobiles, a terrible family dinner, and a bad movie. As he continues to run for his life, Reagan's warning becomes all too real. "They probably won't get to read the letter at all because it spoke of individual freedom . . ." www.2076reaganslastword.com
 

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Contents

Prologue
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Chapter 1
13
Chapter 2
19
Chapter 3
24
Chapter 4
28
Chapter 5
31
Chapter 6
36
Chapter 7
42
Chapter 39
183
Chapter 40
186
Chapter 41
191
Chapter 42
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Chapter 43
198
Chapter 44
202
Chapter 45
206
Chapter 46
209

Chapter 8
46
Chapter 9
52
Chapter 10
56
Chapter 11
60
Chapter 12
64
Chapter 13
68
Chapter 14
71
Chapter 15
78
Chapter 16
81
Chapter 17
84
Chapter 18
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Chapter 19
90
Chapter 20
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Chapter 21
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Chapter 22
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Chapter 23
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Chapter 24
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Chapter 25
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Chapter 26
123
Chapter 27
128
Chapter 28
132
Chapter 29
138
Chapter 30
141
Chapter 31
144
Chapter 32
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Chapter 33
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Chapter 34
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Chapter 35
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Chapter 36
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Chapter 37
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Chapter 38
179
Chapter 47
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Chapter 48
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Chapter 49
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Chapter 50
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Chapter 51
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Chapter 52
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Chapter 53
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Chapter 54
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Chapter 55
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Chapter 56
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Chapter 57
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Chapter 58
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Chapter 59
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Chapter 60
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Chapter 61
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Chapter 62
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Chapter 63
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Chapter 64
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Chapter 65
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Chapter 66
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Chapter 67
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Chapter 68
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Chapter 69
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Chapter 70
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Chapter 71
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Chapter 72
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Chapter 73
309
Chapter 74
312
Chapter 75
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Chapter 76
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