Mission Accomplished

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2006 - Fiction - 132 pages
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John Hudson was just a normal college student until the first Gulf War began. George W. Bush was only a governor with powerful ambitions until the 2000 Presidential election. One horrific act would intertwine the fates of Bush and Hudson. In Chicago, as a result of a controlled demolition, the World Trade Exchange Building comes crashing down and the people of the United States and the world are horrified. This despicable act of terrorism committed on an unthinkable scale is pinned on one man, John Hudson. President George W. Bush was looking for just such a tragic event to increase his power. John Hudson was just looking for the truth about the government and as Bush's scapegoat became the worst terrorist in the history of the United States of America. This was not Hudson's first run-in with a powerful member of the Bush family, but it would be his last. The author, Patrick S. Johnston, is a graduate of Louisiana State University and a political theory student in the graduate program at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. While Mission Accomplished is a wildly fictional account of 9/11 steeped in conspiracy/complicity theory, Patrick's hope is that readers will be encouraged by the novel to demand for as accurate an account as can be given of what happened on September 11, 2001.

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