A fictional biography of George Washington. In this alternate look at his life, the book tells the story through the eyes of his slave Johnny. Johnny and George grow Marijuana and sell it. The two frequent whore houses and sell crack together. This is the George Washington that they didn't teach you about in school.
The story is set in motion when robotic clones of the U.S. Presidents escape from an amusement park exhibit. It is an adventurous and humorous struggle that emerges as the robots establish themselves in the flawed, troubled nation their venerable prototypes helped to create.
"From Slave to Untouchable: Lincoln’s Solution" challenges the assumption that the Civil War was fought to end black slavery. Author Paul Kalra presents a convincing argument that by far the bloodiest war the U.S. has waged could have been avoided had slaveholders adopted the Catholic slave code, which recognized the humanity of slaves.