I have wondered, why do we send so much energy overseas when we could just make domestic reserves a national domestic product to support and win the hearts of the American people who adamantly depend upon such for their average demand in daily life?
Liberty, Ky. (PRWEB) April 22, 2014
Author Eric Sanders, currently pursuing his Master of Business Administration, has specialized in the investigation of claims and risks in the global insurance field since 2000. Inspired by conversations with former military servicemen overseas during missionary work, Sanders applies his investigative expertise to his new book, “The Minds of Men: An American Intelligence Brief” (published by AuthorHouse), which examines the influence money has over the decisions of the U.S. government.
“The Minds of Men” zeroes in on numerous agencies such as the FBI, CIA and IRS and looks at historical evidence to determine their involvement in the U.S. government’s decision making. Sanders places an especially heavy emphasis on the U.S.’s and other countries’ involvement in past military conflicts, questioning whether or not the wars were fought for good, or to place a burden of debt on the public.
“I have wondered,” Sanders begins, “why do we send so much energy overseas when we could just make domestic reserves a national domestic product to support and win the hearts of the American people who adamantly depend upon such for their average demand in daily life?”
Sanders wrote “The Minds of Men” with the intention of not only helping himself better understand the U.S. government, but also to instill in American readers a burning desire to question their government and its doings.
About the Author
Eric Sanders is currently pursuing his Master of Business Administration at Walden University. “The Minds of Men” is his first book, for which he researched over four long years before publishing.
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