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White Guilt by Hewitt E. Moore
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Oct 23, 09

bookshelves: fiction, conspiracy, favorites
Recommended for: whimpy white people
Read in June, 2009

Dystopian novel about the assassination of the first afro-american president of American, and it`s consequences from a white conservative`s perspective.

The beginning is typical white conservative. The country is going down the drain, and a bunch of white guys decide to secretly meet and talk about the crisis. But it has a bunch of suprising twists: Not to give away any spoilers but: betrayel, conspiracy and extreme violence.
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