Freedom's Sunset

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What Is Happening to Russia?Here is a thriller about the collapse of the Soviet empire that provides historical insight into that collapse and why the American economy is collapsing. It is June 1990. Mikhail S. Gorbachev, President of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, fears that his policies of glasnost--openness--will cause the union to split apart. The Berlin Wall fell the past November. He dreams of bringing freedom and democracy to the Soviet Union. But his political rival, Boris Yeltsin, appears to be gaining popularity. On a cold day Gorbachev comes to Minnesota in the American heartland for a historic visit. A product of the Russian countryside himself, Gorbachev is happy to be free of the intrigues of Washington, D.C. and Moscow for a day. A Desperate QuestBut Gorbachev will face an encounter with Zack Pedersen, a troubled youth from South Dakota, on Summit Avenue in St. Paul that sheds light on two very different empires in different stages of collapse.Written in a style combining John le Carré with The Hunger Games, this book will appeal to those around the world who yearn for freedom. The story contains strong language and adult themes.This book will change the way you see the world. Add to cart now!

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Expired Deals Freedom's Sunset What Is Happening to Russia?Here is a thriller about the collapse of the Soviet empire that provides historical insight into that collapse and why the American economy is collapsing. It is June 1990. Mikhail S. Gorbachev, President of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, fears that his policies of glasnost--openness--will cause the union to split apart. The Berlin Wall fell the past November. He dreams of bringing freedom and democracy to the Soviet Union. But his political rival, Boris Yeltsin, appears to be gaining popularity. On a cold day Gorbachev comes to Minnesota in the American heartland for a historic visit. A product of the Russian countryside himself, Gorbachev is happy to be free of the intrigues of Washington, D.C. and Moscow for a day. A Desperate QuestBut Gorbachev will face an encounter with Zack Pedersen, a troubled youth from South Dakota, on Summit Avenue in St. Paul that sheds light on two very different empires in different stages of collapse.Written in a style combining John le Carré with The Hunger Games, this book will appeal to those around the world who yearn for freedom. The story contains strong language and adult themes.This book will change the way you see the world. Add to cart now! http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41ziG6w6K5L._SL160_.jpg
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