American Government: The Case for a Return to Federalism

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AuthorHouse, 2000 - Political Science - 176 pages
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   Inspired by certain true events, The Patriots Part I explores the origins of Joey's humble beginnings as a child, his blossoming football career and the growing torment within him.

   Football has always been a huge part of Joey's life, but will the mounting pressures of family expectations, the hopes of winning a State Championship, and a tragic event that almost ends his NFL dreams stop him from overcoming his fears?  Joey has unknowingly begun the fight of his life: to save himself, his family, but most importantly his soul.

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Ellers founded a political consulting firm and began working in and managing political campaigns. In 1975, he held his first public service job when he headed up the Investigative Council for the City of Clemson, SC. While continuing his education, Ellers stayed active in campaign management and also served as the Administrative Aide to State Representative Edward W. Simpson, Jr. in 1976. In 1981, Ellers was selected as the Administrator for the Town of Central, SC where he served for almost three years. He served on the Criminal Justice Advisory Board of Tri-County Technical College and also as the Public Information Officer of The Pickens County Emergency Preparedness Agency. In 1990, Ellers was elected to the Pickens County Council.

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