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The Ark: Surviving a Global Pandemic and the End of America

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The Ark is a story for anyone concerned about the future of America. It is a story about survival.

The Ark is a story of an American president and corrupt White House imposing martial law under the ruse of a global epidemic quarantine that inadvertently becomes real when the Russians develop a GMO plague bacterium that falls into the hands of an environmental zealot who use
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I did the design and formatting on this book. The author warned me that it was controversial, so I read it before I agreed to take on the project. What a page-turner--he had me on the edge of my seat almost the whole way through!

Although I'm generally on the opposite end of the political spectrum from the perspective of this book, I found it a worthy read, real enough to be quite terrifying. From what I've seen, the politicians on both sides of the aisle are absolutely stupid, selfish, and short
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Robert Hodam began life on a subsistence farm in eastern Oklahoma and went on to be an energy consultant to the U.S. Congress, World Bank, United Nations, Standard Oil, Asian Development Bank and other international institutions. He has served as the CEO of several for profit companies as well as one non-profit International Center for Economic Growth a professional association of economic policy ...more
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