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Lincoln Trumps All - by Jeta Amata (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 344

Genre: Biography + Autobiography

Sub-Genre: General

Series Title: Lincoln Trumps All

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Tablo Pty Ltd

Author: Jeta Amata

Language: English

Street Date: August 28, 2019
TCIN: 77712118
UPC: 9781925993349
Item Number (DPCI): 247-59-4106

Description

We are experiencing a worldwide civil rights regression that is visible across all media and communication platforms. From current events to social conversation, the frustration is audible, and it remains clear that there is no resolution in sight.

Each day we play audience to a polarized political climate where CNN and Fox News are reporting the same thing in different voices, and as many are tuned in, as many tune out. A result of all this disparity left the opportunity to produce a most unlikely candidate as the most powerful man in the world, who in the aftermath of our most hopeful president, Obama, might actually have the power to bring change.

It has become more important than ever to examine the heroes of the past, and leaders of the present; to find common ground to build a path towards a more unified future.
Lincoln Trumps All is a three-volume book series that examines the life and works of Abraham Lincoln, a president who won without a single vote from the south. A man as revered as he was hated, much like our current president, Donald Trump.
Lincoln was able to achieve the unthinkable; as he is the man who after thousands of years, abolished slavery. Trump is now the one with the position and the power, in a much similarly polarized political climate, to achieve the unity of Africa.

The three-book series covers history, personal experiences of the author who immigrated to the U.S. on the Einstein Visa from Nigeria. It is also a deep exploration into past, present and future race relations with a common goal and blueprint towards building a unified Africa and marking the end of 400 years of slavery.

This book has been described as a " Thesis with epic for portions."

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