Author Lloyd Foote Integrates his Opinions on the Constitution of the United States in an Intriguing Fictional Novel that Unravels New Insights

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Is Law School a Dream or a Nightmare? — Book Helps Readers Decide.

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Becoming a lawyer is a decision that needs careful consideration as it could forever affect one’s life. In a fascinating fictional novel published through Xlibris in 2010, author Lloyd Foote incorporates his insights and opinions on the Constitution of the United States through the lives of two law students. LAW SCHOOL—A DREAM—OR A NIGHTMARE? reveals that though being a law student may be tough, it can also be very rewarding.

In this book, readers are introduced to intellectual students, Dexter and Judy, who are both very passionate towards their law studies and each other. As classmates—later husband and wife—both work hard and help each other to sustain their daily living and maintain high grades for scholarships. Throughout the chapters, readers are brought into deep thought as Dexter and Judy probe into the United States Constitution, from the preamble down to the last article, unraveling new insights and irreconcilable truths they are forced to question. Will the truth set them free or will it confuse them even more? LAW SCHOOL—A DREAM—OR A NIGHTMARE? will unravel the intriguing answers.

Topics on land, politics, separation of Church and State, abortion, marriage, and many more are discussed within the informative pages of this book. Law students and those interested in the United States Constitution will find this book a very interesting and rewarding find.

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About the Author
Lloyd Foote was born during the depression of the 1930s so he learned early in life that opportunities and other things in life were most precious when he worked hard and earned them. His father fell ill while he was in his teens so money was in short supply. He had to defer his law studies until after he was married and employed, but with the urging and support from his dear wife he graduated from LaSalle Extension University with a law degree after their four children were born. “I am a firm supporter of the constitution of the United States and as the years passed I watched the abuse heaped upon it by the federal government, and the judiciary in particular and that motivated me to write this book in the hopes that it might be enlightening to enough people to cry for correction and a difference might be effected,” the author says.

Publication Date: December 29, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 345 pages; 978-1-4535-8765-2
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-8766-9

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