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  • By Zohreh Fazeli
    Dec 24, 2007
    "The End, or is it?" The book " Oklahoma A State of Corruption" written by Daniel McCullar is outstanding and exceptional. It is extremely impressive, informative, and enlightening. The rational and coherent sequence of titles, topics, definitions, explanations, proofs, reasons, and finally the conclusion successfully draws the attention towards the key points that are intended to be focused and emphasized. This book logically and rationally gets started with the definition of Declaration of Independence. Then the necessary and essential legal terms, along with their exact definitions are introduced, as they are definitely crucial for understanding the subjects and discussions of the next chapters. The truthful explanations and descriptions of the author's personal experience in chapter 15 gives a clear and detailed view of the unexpected and unpleasant observations regarding confrontations and reactions in dealing with the judicial officers. The definitions, and... More > instructions in chapter 17, concerning the basics of contracts, are very important for each individual to be familiar with. A great amount of time, perseverance, research, and devotion has been certainly allocated to gather all these in one chapter. Finally, the conclusion in page 165:" The End, or is it?" is really outstanding and terrific. The virtues of good character has been clearly introduced, as a vital criteria for administering the law. The last sentences draw our attention to the fact that if there is any power over us, it is due to the fact that WE have allowed it. At the end, I believe that no other sentence could be written but the one that has been brought as the final words for the people of the nation (and I believe, for people in the whole world, no matter where they live):” Hopefully this is only the end of the book and the beginning of the hand of correction over our nation! “< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Fiirst Edition
Publisher
Daniel McCullar
Published
September 9, 2007
Language
English
Pages
163
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
1.16 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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