The Journal of David Q. Little

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In the year 2223, human-behavior scientists discover a small abandoned settlement nestled in the Rocky Mountains of North America. Among the ruins they find an unsettling text. It is a well-preserved journal from the 1970 s a detailed account of life at the time by David Q. Little. As these scientists read The Journal of David Q. Little, they gain invaluable insight into the progression of events that led to dramatic societal degradation. David Q. Little's journal describes the fear of nuclear war, the Treaty of Friendship between the United States and the Soviet Union, the subsequent decay of American sovereignty and the rule of law, and the ultimate collapse of civil society. This book, The Journal of David Q. Little, by R. Daniel McMichael, was originally published in 1967. It is now re-released with a new Introduction by the author and new Forewards by William Bennett, Brian Kennedy, Keith Payne and Robert Pfaltzgraff to re-sound the warning-bell about the erosion of American liberty and rule of law. Despite being written during the Cold War under much different international circumstances, the author s central theme of the need for an ever-vigilant citizenry to prevent the rise of tyranny rings truer than ever today. R. Daniel McMichael, a veteran of the Cold War and unparalleled scholar of Communist subversive tactics, paints a damning portrait of politically-shallow, apathetic and passive American citizens who watch as good men do nothing while evil triumphs. With a new introduction, new forewords, and a renewed purpose, this book is certain to provide profound lessons regarding true leadership and accountable government to contemporary readers many of whom may have little appreciation of what is required to sustain a government truly controlled by and for the benefit of We the People of the United States.

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