Olympia, Wash. (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
Americans find taxes a serious issue that affects their political decisions. Taxes and the usefulness of government will likely be discussed indefinitely. Hill’s latest book, “Tax Revolt: An American Insurrection” (published by iUniverse), takes readers into the not so distant future where Americans are manipulated into starving government by withholding taxes.
“’Tax Revolt’ chronicles the failure of the American system brought about by the tactics of a tea party-like faction called the Ultras,” writes Hill. “Government shutdowns spin out of control and citizens must strive to keep order and recreate the miracle of self-government.”
An excerpt from “Tax Revolt”:
Too late the puppet masters discover that, encouraged by the Ultras’ distain for government, the general public have lost confidence in public institutions. Tax with-holding crusades, intended to starve big government, escalate. Federal employees are furloughed. In a domino effect state, county and city workers follow. Government medical and subsistence systems fail.
While a fictional piece, “Tax Revolt” seamlessly blends historical fact with third-person narrative to create a rapid-fire read, which Hill hopes will also serve as a warning to readers.
About the Author
K Mike Hill has a bachelor’s degree in history, political science, geography and anthropology. After serving in the military, he worked for 30 years in data management for federal, state and private industry. He is also the author of two other works, “The Undefeated, Rearguard in Vietnam” and “The Armchair General.”
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