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The Caged Eagle: Socialists' One Hundred Years War on America

The Caged Eagle: Socialists' One Hundred Years War on America
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The Caged Eagle: Socialists' One Hundred Years War on America

After having some success with spreading Communism from Moscow beyond Eastern Europe into small, distant countries such as Cuba, Nicaragua, Angola, Korea and Vietnam, the Party realized that it was the United States of America that always stood in the way of Communism's total domination of the world. When the poor of the world started to vote with their feet - many millions abandoning Communism and joining Capitalism even by risking their lives - the Party’s strategy changed. Reds became Greens, and the envy of wealth was replaced by the fear of weather. This is a story that spans one century, from 1917 to 2017. From 1917, the year of the Soviet Revolution, nine decades of historical facts and extrapolations provide data for the fiction and projections of the final decade that ends with the year 2017. It describes how we got there and what can happen to the whole world if the Green-Reds, aka "watermelons", end up ruling America.

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Product Details:
Author: Mr. Borut Prah
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
Publication Date: October 20, 2008
Language: English
ISBN: 143921123X
Product Length: 5.5 inches
Product Width: 0.65 inches
Product Height: 8.25 inches
Package Length: 8.7 inches
Package Width: 5.6 inches
Package Height: 0.6 inches
Package Weight: 0.25 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 2 reviews

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5Important point of view  Oct 27, 2008
By Eileen B. Hultin
This author understands what life is like when lived under communisam. He has now resided in the U.S. for a sufficient number of years to see the subtle changes which are taking place in the West. In Caged Eagle he warns of the dangers facing our freedom - the freedom which is so taken for granted by those who have never experienced the lack of it.

5Watermelons  Dec 02, 2008
By C. G.
Prah has crafted a superb satire in disclosing the secret code of the Communist Party. He classified Party members as tomatoes, radishes or watermelons. Geen outside but red inside, watermelons are deadly, and Prah describes what can happen if watermelons become dominent in America.
This is an amazing and amusing book that is filled with many San Francisco and Berkeley events.

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