Journals of a Revolution: The Citizen's War

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Trafford Publishing, Aug 29, 2012 - Fiction - 458 pages
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In the eighteenth century, the citizens of the United States fought back against the British, who had suppressed them for years. Now in the twenty-first century, after the assassination of a presidential candidate, the people fight back against their own government. After forming the Truth Committee, the members search for the evidence needed to prove the involvement of the president and other political figures in the assassination, and to start a revolution.
 

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