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“Wake Up America”

The postman has just delivered a book. It is a book that would help me traverse this year’s critical political arena. I immediately open its pages. If you are a concerned citizen, this book is a must-read as it describes the underlying philosophy of the two major political parties. It gives valuable information as you search for the best presidential candidate. It will help you decide. There is a lot at stake.

This recently published book, “Wake Up America: The Nine Virtues That Made Our Nation Great-And Why We Need Them More Than Ever,” by Eric Bolling is money well spent. It will help you determine your best vote to give our nation a chance for a viable future.

This book was hard to put down. My husband seldom reads a book but once I let go of this new arrival, this book held his rapt attention. Could it be the enigma of this author dedicating this book to “President Barack Obama”? You decide.

Dorothy Pierce


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