Goodreads asked James T. Webb:

Where did you get the idea for your most recent book?

James T. Webb . I got it as I uncovered one of the largest anti-trust banking conspiracies in Americas History based on race. When we look at Baltimore, Cleveland, South Charleston, and consider the whole new movement of "Black Lives Matter", most people even in government do not understand the reasons the disenfranchised in America live in Blight and experience this imbalance in their communities. It is not because black or white people are bad. People are generally the same there are good and bad people in all races. Look at the Niagara movement that stopped lynchings in America. Some if its founders were good white people. Well in my newest book "Economic Justice" the black hoods behind the tree represent two black business men who I looked up to as role models, but after receiving the threat in my home from one of them when I would not give him what he wanted "discounted labor prices" when I was his custom home builder in a multimillion dollar community he promised that (he could destroy people and they never know where it comes from." Well he visited my job sites and continued to join in with others who were my business competitors, according to the discovery in my case. One group I believe that he joined in with based was a group of 49 members of a Banking conspiracy to STOP and "close down Webb" as they stated on emails to each other. They wanted to close me and my company down in ROCKY MOUNT N.C. , the home place of Dr. Kings, I have a Dream Speech, after I had purchased and renovated over 150 homes in low income communities just like Baltimore, and the other troubled cities. They did some things that were not only against the law, but really stupid and bad for their and my business. ....I go into great detail in the book....good reading and ask me any questions along the way.

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