The Justice Compulsion|John E. Cashwell
The Justice Compulsion : New Unabridged Edition
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The year is 2020. The ten years leading up to 2020 had created such a high degree of divisiveness among the American people that in June of 2016 the divisive intent of both sides became a geopolitical reality. The fifteen states that accepted a Liberal/Socialist/Marxist form of government became the Blue States. A.k.a. Socialist America, governed by a Socialist President who would extend his presidency over a period of twelve years. The thirty-five Red States who were governed by the four Joint Chiefs of Staff of the former US military became Federalist America.The Red States fought and won the Mexican-South American Wars of 2016-2020, which were the consequences of a weak American president whose governing priorities had become a relentless redistribution of the economic wealth of America and the indefinite continuation of his presidency. Rather than defending and protecting America.A Native American Indian and war hero of the period, Captain Wicasa Wade Whitaker, returns to high school at the age of 20. He meets and wins the trust and love of sophomore classmate Jacqueline Constance Wannamaker. On September 11, 2020, the brutal assassination of their World Geography teacher by Anwar Muhammed Majeed turns their peaceful world upside down.Full of expected twists and turns characteristic of the author, The Justice Compulsion, New Unabridged Edition], offers the reader insights into the futuristic world of 2020-2021, as Jacque and Wade take strikingly different but convergent paths on their way to preventing a devastating attack on America planned by Radical Islamic extremists for September 11, 2021-the twentieth anniversary of 9/11. John E. Cashwell, Sr. is the author of the highly acclaimed six-book epic poem Toishan, and a most recent collection of 40 poems, "Where Purple Shadows Fall." Set in the future, 2020-2022, his new trilogy "The Justice Compulsion", its sequel "Sail On Silver Girl" and the third piece of the trilogy, "With Honor and Distinction" explore the catastrophic consequences of the growing divisiveness in the American sociopolitical experiment followed on by the evils of the emergence of a Socialist International Society within a New World Order. In his first attempt at writing horror, "NC 141 A Novel" represents a dynamic departure exploring the realms of horror and the evil that metastasizes around a divided American nation obsessed with the complete destruction of itself. Wherein its children are taught at every level of education to hate each other, hate their President, hate their flag and hate their country. In his latest entry, "THORNHILL, A Small Town's Passion For Self-Gratification A Game Too Far" Cashwell presents his most poignant writing to date. Delivering an equally thrilling and compassionate discussion of the elations and sorrows that captivate a willing populace longing for a richer personal and civic fulfillment.John has over forty years advertising, marketing and copy writing experience, most notably responsible for helping to launch the Panasonic brand to consumers in North America. A former US Marine, a graduate of Duke University, and a former General Manager at Panasonic Corporation of North America, John lives on Long Island where he enjoys writing, fitness training and golf with his wife of fifty-six years, Ann M. Cashwel

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  • ISBN-13: 9781523256716
  • ISBN-10: 1523256710
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: January 2016
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5.24 x 1.13 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.26 pounds
  • Page Count: 508