Books tagged: freedom at what cost

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Hello Gomorrah
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 55,380. Language: English. Published: September 18, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Themes & motifs » Political, Fiction » Themes & motifs » Political
Killed in a car crash, Homer T. Quest arrives at the pearly gates. Learning the hereafter has no sex, coffee nor golf, he accepts a deal from St Peter, returning to earth to study America’s problems. He gives reports to an apprentice angel,in spite of adversity by an old enemy, romance, and a weird companion group; a Japanese lady elitist, a private investigator and a georgous Korean hooker.
The Real Verdict, My Quest for the Freedom I Never Had
Price: $3.51 USD. Words: 37,130. Language: English. Published: December 17, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
A woman finally says ‘no’ to those who would exploit, undermine and demean her. This is a story of courage, perseverance, and the achievement of dignity. This is… The Real Verdict
20-20: A Retrospective View Of The Near Future
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 133,820. Language: American English. Published: April 27, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA
The United States is no more. The North American continent, devastated by dictatorship, internal sabotage, civil wars, massive pillage and ruinous invasion and occupation, is reduced to a backwater region of the World Government. Yet resistance remains, and when Jonathan Elliot Hale returns from overseas duty, he takes command, and the term resistance takes on a new meaning.
Imputed Rights An Essay in Christian Social Theory
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 49,910. Language: British English. Published: November 24, 2014 by M-y Books. Categories: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Free will & determinism
One outcome of the Second World War, Dawsey writes in his foreword, was the proposition that all human beings should enjoy certain fundamental freedoms. These were enshrined by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948 in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Since the book was first published in 1971 this endorsement has led to greater recognition of human rights in Russia, China.