This fictional narrative, set in our world today, presents a possible future for entrepreneurs, and picks up the pieces where Ayn Rand left off.
This book tackles issues such as:
- How to patch the few things that Ayn Rand got wrong.
- Why anger at the government or elected officials is woefully misplaced.
- What drives people to snap, and how to defuse each and every one of them.
- The sole flaw in the Constitution that led to its destruction.
- How THEY actually surround US, and why that doesn't matter at all.
The narrative gently leads the unsuspecting reader down a winding path of reasoned discussion and simple stories, gradually turning up the heat with each chapter. Until, at the end, the reader is drawn into a web of non-violence that borders on the insane. And yet, the conclusions are frighteningly compelling.
Some will find this book chilling. Others will laugh.
Some will weep for what could have been.
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Tom Baugh is an entrepreneur, inventor and professional irritant. A former Marine, he graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1988 with a degree in Control Systems Engineering. He is a veteran of Operation Desert Storm, and holds a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech.
While employed at McDonnell Douglas he earned patents on fractal designs and networked voice communications. He has been operating his own businesses since 1996, and has provided development tools and consulting services to thousands of clients worldwide.
He currently lives in rural Georgia.
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