Year of the Rat: How Bill Clinton and Al Gore Compromised U.S. Security for Chinese Cash
Simon and Schuster, Feb 12, 2013 - Political Science - 314 pages
In this sequel to Year of the Dog, Pacy has another big year in store for her. The Year of the Dog was a very lucky year: she met her best friend Melody and discovered her true talents. However, the Year of the Rat brings big changes: Pacy must deal with Melody moving to California, find the courage to forge on with her dream of becoming a writer and illustrator, and learn to face some of her own flaws. Pacy encounters prejudice, struggles with acceptance, and must find the beauty in change.
Based on the author's childhood adventures, Year of the Rat, features the whimsical black and white illustrations and the hilarious and touching anecdotes that helped Year of the Dog earn rave reviews and satisfied readers.
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The Year of the RatUser Review - gwpegasus - Overstock.com
A wellwritten welldocumented account of how the ClintonGore administration was further corrupted by its dealings with Chinese government proxies. The tragedy is that based on the information provided ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dorenemlorenz - LibraryThing
There are photographs in this book of the graphic aftermath of the June 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. Not nearly as disturbing as the documentation of the selling out of America's national security to China by the Clinton/Gore administration. Chilling. Read full review