Battle Front: USA Vs. Militia

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Random House Publishing Group, 1998 - Fiction - 403 pages
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THE NEW AMERICAN CIVIL WAR RAGES ON. . . .

First blood. The Federals drew it--as battalions of freedom fighters went tank-to-tank with the National Guard in the Northwest. Though the president declares the area secure, top officials know the truth: the militia movement is spreading like wildfire--more violent, more organized, and more committed than ever to an armed victory over the United States.

No matter how desperately the government tries to regain its hold, the roads of America are shuddering under columns of tanks, the skies throbbing with Blackhawks. For two hundred thousand trained militiamen are armed with high-tech killing tools and the courage of true believers. And after a spark ignites the Everglades, the USA takes the most explosive hit of all. . .

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Ian Slater, a veteran of the Australian Joint Intelligence Bureau, is the author of the World War III novels. He teaches political science at the University of British Columbia and is managing editor of Pacific Affairs. He lives in Vancouver, Canada, with his wife and two children.

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