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Defeating The New Inquisition: How The Common Man Can Fight Political Correctness And Rescue America From The Grip Of Marxism

Wallace, Douglas

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ISBN 10: 1441469443 / ISBN 13: 9781441469441
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, U.S.A., 2009
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: Defeating The New Inquisition: How The ...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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This book unveils the truth about the Diversity Movement. Behind its benevolent mask is a plan well underway to destroy the United States, as we know it - from within. America's Old Guard culture and heritage are demonized, debased and rejected. Hating our roots and our history is the new patriotism. To be a party to this is to be an enlightened "progressive." To be in opposition is to be a Heretic. We live in the era of "The New Inquisition." Fear of persecution has resulted in diluted discourse resulting in a passive majority while the left raises its volume and increases its cadence daily, marching unopposed toward its goal of a highly regulated society.

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Douglas Wallace is a twenty-two year veteran law enforcement officer. His childhood was spent in our nation's first capital, Philadelphia, where he inherited a love of country and a deep appreciation for America's institutions and traditional American values. His adolescent years, college years, and formative law enforcement years were spent in Southern California - six miles from the International Border. From 1992 through 1994 Wallace was assigned to the Street Team, a proactive patrol unit that focused on a variety of crimes, but primarily gang enforcement. It was in this unit that Wallace was awarded the Medal of Valor in 1993. Wallace holds a BA in Political Science with an emphasis on Constitutional Law and a minor in the Spanish language from San Diego State University. Disgusted with the politics and social decay of California, Wallace set out to rediscover America and moved to Idaho in 1994 where he served the second half of his law enforcement career.

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