D. Jonathan Scott’s New Book “The Rise and Fall of the American Republic” Is a Thought-Provoking Review of American History

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Recent release “The Rise and Fall of the American Republic” from Page Publishing author D. Jonathan Scott is a detailed examination of the key political and economic events in United States history and a constructionist discussion of the Constitution.

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D. Jonathan Scott, a septuagenarian and former youth minister of Revealed Religion while growing up in Florida, has completed his book “The Rise and Fall of the American Republic”: an evidence-based view that a more strict adherence to the Constitution and Christian principles are required to restore America to a sustainable society of good character.

Scott writes, “Throughout our country’s existence there have been those who didn’t approve of our form of government. Those with other ideologies have tried to influence our governance since the beginning of our nation. Only one has succeeded on a grand scale: Throughout the twentieth century, and continuing today, a long-term plan to replace our Capitalist society has been in place and is incrementally growing stronger. By infiltrating every aspect of American interaction, as documented in the book, our enemy continues to garner more and more support of the people. You won’t want to believe what you read. Many in Washington are happy about that, and most, not all public figures are reluctant to call it what it is. You need this info to decide for yourself.

By promoting discontent where there was none, they have divided our nation by socioeconomics, race, ethnicity, religion, and politics. There are exaggerated issues of racism, the rich and the poor, business vs. the working class, climate change, entitlements vs. hard work, Socialism vs. Capitalism, and Conservatism vs. Liberalism. All these deceitful distractions are productive tools of our enemy that divert our attention from the master plan to fully install a new form of government that gives full control of our lives to the government.

Most Americans, as well as most politicians, are too distracted by the minutiae mentioned above to see the big picture that this book details. There are no longer enough people who understand or are willing to defend the Constitution that enabled US to become the greatest nation in history while it was strictly interpreted. I fear it is too late to reverse the process now.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, D. Jonathan Scott’s book is an excellent overview of American history and a vision for how the United States can reverse negative trends for the future. Due to a recent announcement, this book has become an urgent expose of a faction in government that has successfully changed the church, the education system and the media, as documented by congressional records and public admissions, to advance a long-term plan, with the inadvertent help of the IMF, to replace our form of government, perhaps before the next election.

Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “The Rise and Fall of the American Republic” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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