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Book details
  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:United States / State & Local / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:240
  • Paperback ISBN:9781087932835

Plucking the Eagle

Bringing Socialism to the United States

by James F. Conroy

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A Chronological History of How We Got to Where We Are.
Reviewing the past 100 years, do you become concerned about our well-being, our general welfare as a society? Do you wonder how we got to where we are? Are you bewildered by the recent credit crisis in the financial markets, and wonder why and how it happened? Are you informed about the trade deficit and concerned about its impact on the value of the US dollar and on society? Are you being taxed to the point that you have less spending money, which makes you mad? Is health care becoming too complicated to afford and understand? Are you finding it harder just to get by? In Plucking The Eagle, the author has chosen these four areas of our society where the "Globalists" are destroying our way of life by steering our country to socialism. He defines "Globalists" as an international group of unelected men who secretly scheme to create "Chaos" at various times in our history, so as to make governmental dependency more palatable to the masses. Read how the "Globalists" use the Federal Reserve Bank, trade policy, taxes and health care to attain their socialistic goals. Are we half-way to socialism? Will the "Globalists" win? James F. Conroy has the answers.
About the author
James F. Conroy has held numerous jobs in the financial markets over the past twenty-five years: from being a bond trader to working in the Private Bank of the British Royal Family, to working on the Commodities Floor and lastly as an individual investor. He also established a trade organization business in the Far East and in Eastern Europe. He currently resides in New England on the family farm.