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...we didn't stay out of fear; we stayed because we wanted to finally do something to make a real and lasting difference. Cat was right, enough bitching, we didn't want to live the rest of our lives in fear of the tyrants in DC. We'd voted, some of us had written letters, we'd talked to our friends and families, Spanky even called in to John Stewart. Ultimately, we had tried the routes available to us and no inkling of change was in sight so now we were going to hold them accountable.
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On A Hill They Call Capital is the second book by its young author, Matt Carson. Matt is a recent graduate of West Virginia University's Political Science and History program and is a native of Fauquier County, Virginia.Review:
When a band of good ol boys from Virginia decide that American liberties have been breached once too often, the resulting revolution they launch is both clever and informed by a sense of irony that only true country boys can pull off. Matt Carson has written a story populated by great characters and an ingenious plot. Watch out for this budding story teller. - Joel Garreau, Washington Post --Joel Garreau, Washington Post
It's actually difficult to tell if this is non-fiction and based on a revolution that's going to take place due to the strange details, or simply a great work of fiction. If this is some new strange kind of literature based on future events and a revolution is brewing count me in! - Ben Turner, The Review Source --Ben Turner, The Review Source
On a Hill They Call Capital has a breezy, humorous style full of allusions to popular culture, but it mines a deep vein of disenchantment with the political system. - Jim Bacon, Bacon's Rebellion --Jim Bacon, Bacon's Rebellion
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Book Description Freestate Press, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1604028548
Book Description Freestate Press, 2007. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1604028548
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Book Description Carsons Pub, 2007. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. first edition. 132 pages. 6.75x4.25x0.25 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1604028548