NEW YORK (PRWEB) February 04, 2019
Mila Christine Bourdon, a veteran of the Cold War, former teacher of Russian, and published genealogist has completed her new book “Surviving America’s Decline and the Progressive Agenda: An Indictment Against the Good Salt”: a novel which follows Grace Winders, an American who returns home after many years abroad only to find the country a far cry from the one she left.
“The campaign slogan in 2008 to fundamentally transform the country was a wakeup call,” Bourdon said when asked about her inspiration for this work. “Leninists echoed similar disturbing words before bringing down the Russian monarchy in 1917. Moreover, just like the wicked Soviets, America’s radical left openly rejects all things godly. This book presages the demise of the Republic as we know it at their hands.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Mila Christine Bourdon explores “the decline of the United States, its unprecedented debt, lawlessness at the highest levels of government, lack of well-paying jobs resulting in a burgeoning underclass eking out a living on entitlements, its military weakened and influence around the globe diminished, its cities polluted by drugs and street gangs, the proliferation of sanctuary cities allowing illegal aliens pouring into the country freedom from the law, terrorist activity on our own soil, and political correctness making many of these changes possible.”
Readers who wish to embark upon this thrilling journey can purchase “Surviving America’s Decline and the Progressive Agenda: An Indictment Against the Good Salt” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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