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by Robert Gates Sr.
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  • Author:
    Robert Gates Sr.
  • ISBN:
    1934956066
  • ISBN13:
    978-1934956069
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  • Publisher:
    Red Anvil Press (September 1, 2008)
  • Pages:
    300 pages
  • Subcategory:
    World
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    1211 kb
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    1706 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    277
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The misconceptions that some have about political parties and their followers is astounding  . This book is filled with information that has already been published in one form or another but it is designed to presented in a historical manner of how man has (in the beginning) escape slavery (serfdom) to enter the realm of slavery again under the guise of Socialism. This march toward slavery is relentless.

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This book is filled with information that has already been published in one form or another but it is designed to presented in a historical manner of how man has (in the beginning) . Paradise Lost - Robert Gates, Sr. author.

This book is filled with information that has already been published in one form or another but it is designed to presented in a historical manner of how man has (in the beginning) escape slavery (serfdom) to enter the realm of slavery again under the guise of Socialism.

Robert Gates Sr. The misconceptions that some have about political parties and their followers, is astounding

Robert Gates Sr. The misconceptions that some have about political parties and their followers, is astounding. It does not matter what they call themselves. It is the basic economic philosophy that they support that is important.

Robert Gates, Sr. The misconceptions some have about political parties and their followers is astounding. One must understand that all countries are controlled by political parties. Some usurp their power. It doesn't matter what they call themselves--its their economic philosophy that is important.

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The Gates of Paradise is a studio album by progressive rock guitarist Robert Fripp. This album is more ambient than progressive rock, and continues Fripp's tendency towards soundscape explorations in his music. The album consists of two tracks, each broken into two parts. Outer Darkness runs for nearly 34 minutes, and Gates of Paradise runs for over 24 minutes.

Paradise Lost : The Death of America. The misconceptions that some have about political parties and their followers is astounding.

The misconceptions that some have about political parties and their followers is astounding. One must understand that all countries are controlled by political parties (most of them are elected into office and some usurp their power (dictators)) who subscribe to an economic design which they feel will benefit the country (or themselves). It doesn't matter what name they call themselves, its the basic economic philosophy that they support that is important. This book is filled with information that has already been published in one form or another but it is designed to presented in a historical manner of how man has (in the beginning) escape slavery (serfdom) to enter the realm of slavery again under the guise of Socialism. This march toward slavery is relentless.

Dakora
This book offers an exhaustively researched analysis of the dangers posed to America by creeping socialism. Every voter should read it.
Pryl
Paradise Lost brought me back to my days as a "foreign" student at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York, where I discovered, appreciated and admired the courage of the Founding Fathers of this country who, braving untold sufferings, showed unyielding faith and fervent yearning for liberty. They valiantly strove to reap the truly rich harvest of a nation that was to live in freedom. Their true genius was to build for posterity a respectable and secure home for liberty under a capitalist economic system. I am concerned that the "Trojan Horses" of modern Socialism (that is becoming more and more like Communism), which the author so well describes will wind up dismantling the system that our forefathers built for us. They should, instead, take a pause in their "relentless" efforts to empower the evils of Socialism, read this book, reverse course and lead this country back to its original principles and ideals. Very well researched and written book!