Catherine M. Starr’s New Book “Letters to the Editor” is a Fascinating Glimpse Into History Through a Collection of Letters

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Recent release “Letters to the Editor” from Page Publishing author Catherine M. Starr is both captivating and cultural; this work takes the reader on a journey through war, governmental history and some of our nation’s most prolific events.

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Catherine M. Starr, a mother, grandmother, devoted writer and author, has completed her new book “Letters to the Editor”: a passionately crafted work that is educational as well as entertaining, keeping the reader intrigued page after page.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Catherine M. Starr’s account is the perfect read for any history buff!

Starr further expounds by stating, “In 1996, I, Catherine M. Starr, started writing Letters to the Editor. My first letter was written because I was concerned about the Contract with America by the speaker of the house, Newt Gingrich. Speaker Gingrich said he was going to shut the Government down to balance the budget. Then he was going to let social security and Medicare wither on the vine. Then the impeachment of President Clinton was an issue. After that came the war against Iraq. I was against the war in Iraq. I believed this war was not about massive weapons but was all about oil. I added the US Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and Bill of Rights, because these are issues in this book and will be issues in my new book, Insanity V. Corruption. Make sure you get a copy of my book, so one day you will know we had a constitution, but our leaders failed to protect it. Our Constitution is on the verge of destruction because we have corrupt judges sitting on the benches who do not understand the constitution and laws and want to destroy it. Congress is letting them get away with it. Congress and all these judges and public officials, including the President, have taken an oath of office to uphold, protect, and defend the constitution of the United States. They have all failed to do so. Ben Franklin said, 'I have wrought you a Constitution if you can keep it.' Our Constitution is being tested as to whether we are going to keep it. These letters could be debatable, but they are history. I hope you enjoy reading my letters and ask your friends to buy my book, ‘Letters to the Editor’.”

Readers who wish to experience this profound work can purchase “Letters to the Editor” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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