The Battle for Tomorrow: A Fable
By Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall
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Published: April 04, 2011
Words: 98,069 (approximate)
A 16 year old girl is arrested for participating in an antiwar blockade and occupation of the US Capitol.
Angela Jones pays an enormous price for her beliefs, when she is arrested during an antiwar protest and winds up in a juvenile detention facility. While there, she must fight for emancipation and the right to live independently.
Winner of 2011 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award and 2012 Reader Views Literary Award. The Battle for Tomorrow represents a new genre of topical realism that speaks to the emotional ghetto in which many American teenagers find themselves.
, civil disobedience
, protest movement
, antiwar movement
, nonviolent resistance
, occupy wall street
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