New Book Postulates What America Will Look Like in Thirty Years

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Author urges readers to stop letting the mass media do their thinking.

Death of a Nation

The country is at a crossroads

In the year 2041, America is an entirely different country than the one it is now. The economy is solely based upon the production of food. With the demise of the United States, the world has entered a very dark period. The beacon of hope for all mankind has been extinguished. The world has not seen any advancement in the fields of industry, medicine, or culture. The nation’s religion is based upon worshiping the green earth. The new world order has replaced freedom and liberty with a redistribution of wealth, except there is no wealth! Change is what “we the people” wanted, and the government delivered upon its promise—fundamentally changing everything in D.B. Lantz’s new Xulon Press title, Death of a Nation: A Strange Case of Suicide ($14.99, paperback, 978-1-60957-944-9).

“The country is at a crossroads,” the author says. “This book looks at where we might end up and shows what this country would look like if we changed it all. [You will learn to] think on your own, investigate, and to stop allowing the mass media to do your thinking. When in trouble, God is the answer.”

Lantz started writing this book just six months into the presidency of Barack Obama. Already, so much that he has written about has taken place—and Americans are starting to become aware of the changes occurring all around them. “This book looks at the end game as a result of decisions that are being made today,” the author—who previously owned an ad agency and a radio station in a small market—explains.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian publisher, with more than 8,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Death of a Nation through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Death of a Nation is available online through,, and


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