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Publisher's Summary

Written from a Christian constitutional worldview, American Meltdown, Book Two of The Economic Collapse Chronicles uses dystopian fiction to take an in-depth look at the economic and political trends that have taken America to the edge of bankruptcy. The book assesses the current course of the nation and projects it into the near future.
In Book Two, America has entered into a full scale financial meltdown. The members of the Bair family do the best they can to navigate a complete currency collapse and the social disruptions that come with it. Having relocated to a rural area in Kentucky, the Bairs fare much better than the unfortunate masses still trapped in the cities.
In an effort to cling to power, President Anthony Howe announces the confiscation of provisions and guns. Several states, led by liberty-loving Senator Paul Randall, stand up to assert their sovereignty.
Knowing the intentions of the Federal Government, Matt, Adam and Wesley Bair train with the local militia who have determined to draw a line in the sand and defend the last remnants of liberty. The political conflict escalates into military aggression and the gloves come off.
©2014 Mark Goodwin (P)2014 Mark Goodwin
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5 out of 5 stars
By raul m. barreiro on 10-19-16

Beware and prepare!

What made the experience of listening to American Meltdown the most enjoyable?

The eerie feeling that this can really happen.

What did you like best about this story?

It sounds so real.

Which character – as performed by Kevin Pierce – was your favorite?

Adam

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

Any additional comments?

This book and the other two in the series are awesome books. Could not get enough of them and finished this one in three days!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Cynthia C. on 07-15-15

This book gives you a lot to think about!!

It makes a person think what they'd do in this very real and possible situation.
One thing I notice is the author give the females in the book very passive rolls. Women are stronger than he writes and would work and fight along with men to defend our country, God, children and way of life.

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