Smoke and Mirrors: The Hidden Context of Violence in Schools and Society

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Stephanie Urso Spina
Rowman & Littlefield, 2000 - Education - 280 pages
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Jacksonville, FL, USMC Facility, Time: 0643Each figure stood in the morning's darkness frozen and silhouetted by the defused rays of early sunlight, each man looked at the same distant point. Stricken into silence, Mitchell's eyes widened and unconsciously he wet his pants while stark fear covered each of the other's faces. While the terrified man evacuated, the surrounding figures took in the panoramic and held their breaths when seeing in the distance, outlined in Jacksonville's sky, a mushroom cloud.This is the day's beginning for a group of military and civilians finding after the horrific event, in order to survive they must learn to fight through the devastation now surrounding them. Coupled with driving off the escalating malevolence and lunacy of an instantly created new leader, the group must seek out clues to stop a suicidal and murderous traitor - a traitor whose only task is to right his bombing error and complete his timetable for laying the next nuclear device on them all.

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Stephanie Urso Spina is a Ph.D. candidate in social/personality psychology at the Graduate School of the City University of New York. She received her masters of Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University.

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