San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 10, 2012
Author Lee A. Maust, Sr. provides a fresh perspective on some of today’s most important issues in his book, “THE GOVERNMENT PARASITE”. Insightful and thought-provoking, his work captures both the sweep of a nation’s history and one man’s personal experiences and observations throughout the years.
In writing, Maust offers an irreverent look at America’s journey, encompassing the events and models that shaped its government and society. From Ancient Greece to the late Middle Ages to the colonies, he traces the country’s deepest roots while inviting readers to investigate the factors that enmeshed the nation in its present quagmire. Maust hopes to equip the public with the knowledge that may be used to make informed and better decisions. He says, “With the national debt (figuring) more than $15T and the political divide widening with massive “spin” and outright lies, I felt a need to somehow present the real facts.”
Timely, relevant and necessary, “THE GOVERNMENT PARASITE” is at once a startling expose of another side of America and a wakeup call for others to evaluate the steps necessary for overcoming its pressing problems.
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About the Author
Born on December 10, 1946, Lee A. Maust Sr. grew up in and around Philly. He graduated Abington High School and had a short stint at Temple University. He has participated in various sports (as an amateur) and is a big fan of football and auto racing. He currently resides in San Diego.
THE GOVERNMENT PARASITE * by Lee A. Maust Sr.
A TONGUE-IN-CHEEK BOOMER'S EYED VIEW OF HISTORY
Publication Date: December 20, 2011
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