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Terror! Terror! and Tom Walker Two

Henry a. Buchanan

Nine Eleven was a dastardly attack on America. Or was it payback and a warning to the Super Power? Anyway, America responded to stamp out the evil forces in the world, and became Â] enmeshed in the Civil War the efforts for Freedom and Democracy created. Henry Buchanan has created the Debate, bringing over the main characters from his Devil and Tom Walker, with the Professor, - the Deacon and Abner Pea opposing, and Otis, Missus Bulwinkle and the Baptist Preacher advocating the American foreign policy. The main character, Tom Walker Junior, is even more deadly than his father. The three old curmudgeons, the Professor as main spokesman, believe the President has lied about the reason for going to war, and has misled the American people into a hopeless quagmire Their opponents believe the President is doing the right thing; they consign all enemies to the flames of hell. The book is a daily account of the buildup to war, the terrible engagement, and the heart rending aftermath of the war. It is an incisive examination of the moral, religious, and political issues of the War, the character of America''s leaders, and the future of the nation, the world''s Super Power starting out to be the Knight in Shining Armor, and end ing up the vulnerable Goliath, struck down by a stone from David''s sling. The Professor''s moral insights, strengthened by the Deacon''s commonsense religion and barnyard philosophy expressed with humor and lethal wit, match the "nuke ''em" policy of Otis, and the "send them all to hell" relgiosity of Missus Bulwinkle- Atone; Pea, World War Two veteran, is a balance wheel, and Brother Hawkins typifies the religious following of the President. Terror! Terror! and Tom Walker Two is epic warfare in epic debate.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publish Date: Aug 22nd, 2005
  • Pages: 336
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 11.00in - 8.25in - 0.70in - 1.67lb
  • EAN: 9781420861457
  • Categories: Political
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