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The Rightness of Things: A Cautionary Tale of America's Future

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In "The Rightness of Things, " the fourth and final novel of the Joad Cycle, the epic saga of Gil Rose comes to its climax. From his days as an immature teenager, he has grown into a leader. Gil and his rebel forces will sacrifice everything to restore freedom to the America of the late twenty-first century, now ruled by autocratic, libertarian capitalists.

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Hardcover, 404 pages
Published March 6th 2012 by iUniverse
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Gary Levey
Aug 16, 2012 Gary Levey rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Political, Religious, Social interests
Gil is a Missionary consultant working for the Chairwoman. He is assigned by her to eliminate the last Union in the United States. She hopes he will rebel against this assignment and thus be the rallying leader for all Wasters in America so she can eliminate them. Gil understands the risks and resists but he soon finds that he has powerful yet disturbing allies. Can he rebel? Must he? Can he destroy the yoke of America's Capitalist leaders and bring freedom back to the United States?
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