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USA 2020: The Ultimate Crisis Scott Ellis

USA 2020: The Ultimate Crisis

Scott Ellis

Published October 11th 2012
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Kindle Edition
241 pages
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How will America win in the 21st century? 2020 presidential candidate Michael Tanner has the answers—but will he get the chance to implement them?The US federal debt just passed 25 trillion dollars, city and state governments are on the brink ofMoreHow will America win in the 21st century? 2020 presidential candidate Michael Tanner has the answers—but will he get the chance to implement them?The US federal debt just passed 25 trillion dollars, city and state governments are on the brink of default, and economic inequality is at an all-time high. The Republican President’s campaign for re-election is going well, though a new candidate with a radical view of America’s future is unexpectedly on the rise. This is Michael Tanner, a former lawyer and non-profit executive with a stark new vision for America in the 21st century. Change is necessary, he says, radical change. And we’re running out of time. If it doesn’t come, the American Dream, and the nation itself, are in peril.Against this backdrop, FBI agent Curt Hollin conducts an investigation of a frightening public health emergency. As he seeks the true cause, he uncovers a far-reaching conspiracy led by the mysterious Program Committee. This secret organization has been shaping the direction of the US government, and American society as a whole, for decades. Hollin’s quest leads him from a small town in Colorado to the Oval Office itself, where he finds himself unwillingly thrust into the struggle for the future of the nation. Are Michael Tanner’s ideas right for America, can they lead the country in the 21st century—and will they get heard at all? Will Curt Hollin unravel the mystery of the Program Committee and stop its plot to steal the 2020 presidential election? Or will the terrorist Anja and her explosive Operation Shockwave beat both of them in the race to shape the course of the nation for generations to come?