Book Review: The Citizen’s Last Stand: Are You Ready?

By:  Bob Adelmann
02/12/2013
       
Book Review: The Citizen’s Last Stand: Are You Ready?

Jeff Wright's latest book is directed specifically and deliberately at a small but growing remnant of the American citizenry: those who cherish freedom and want now, finally, at last, to get involved in the fight to restore it.

Jeff Wright's latest book is directed specifically and deliberately at a small but growing remnant of the American citizenry: those who cherish freedom and want now, finally, at last, to get involved in the fight to restore it.

Everything author Jeff Wright does is deliberate, including the title of his latest book: The Citizen's Last Stand: Are You Ready?   It is singular, not plural.  It is pointed, not generalized.  And it asks the reader if he is ready, or not.

Ever since leaving the Navy as a cryptologist and leaving his position as managing general partner for an information technology consulting company, Wright has been a political activist. In 1992 he worked behind the scenes in Colorado on the passing of the constitutional amendment called TABOR — the Taxpayer Bill of Rights — that mandates that state and local governments cannot raise tax rates without voter approval. He co-authored another state constitutional amendment, TaxCut2000. He directed the “Just Say No to New Taxes” campaign in 1997 which defeated nearly $1.2 billion in new taxes.

In 2004 he worked closely with author William C. Clark by providing extensive research for his book Petrodollar Warfare: Oil, Iraq and the Future of the Dollar, which made the case that the invasion of Iraq was the first “oil currency war.”

Time and circumstance coalesced in the summer of 2011 when this reviewer suggested that Wright lift his pen once again to teach others how to influence the direction of history in the fight for freedom. Sixteen hundred man-hours later Wright’s book was published on Amazon.com and is available in hardbound and Kindle editions.

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