PRLog - Nov. 9, 2012 - SAN DIEGO -- New Book From Legal Expert And Psychologist - The Progressive Virus: Why You Can't Permit It to Go Forward
Legal expert and psychologist, Anthony Napoleon is pleased to announce the release of his new book, The Progressive Virus: Why You Can't Permit It to Go Forward.
America has a fever and it is not due to global warming. A mysterious illness has infected this once vibrant and exceptional country. The author identifies the genetic engineers who created this sickness and exposes how and why they spread it to the general population.
Unless a cure is found, America will be transformed into a country that will look nothing like what its founders intended. American revolutionaries are making their once in a lifetime push to change the very fiber of America. Whether you call it progressivism, socialism, communism or any of the synonyms political scientists toss around to describe the collective mindset and other Marxist ideas, America’s greatness is rooted in the philosophical opposite of the socialist collective.
For the transformation to be successful, America’s revolutionaries must operate in stealth mode. The Progressive Virus removes their cloaking to reveal the truth about their ultimate plans for America. If Americans only knew what these modern day Bolsheviks intend to do with them and their country, they would be shocked out of their complacency and take back their country.
The Progressive Virus: Why You Can't Permit It to Go Forward
Author: Anthony Napoleon, PhD
Published: September 2012
About The Author:
Anthony Napoleon, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in California. He is a noted forensic expert and is president of Napoleon Legal Consulting, Inc., a trial consultancy firm.
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The Progressive Virus is available for purchase online through the author's website, from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.