The Dark Side of the Moon 2006: Observing America (Volume 3)

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About the 2006 Book
(Volume 3 of the 5 Volume Series)
2006 was possibly the most pivotal year of the decade, with the wheels apparently coming off American military and civil society on a dizzying daily basis. This third segment of The Dark Side of the Moon series begins with the Senate’s consideration of Sam Alito’s fitness to join the Supreme Court and winds up, some 460 pages later with the Exxon’s Valdez oil spill lawsuit limping to completion after a 12 year swordfight. 

What else was going on, while America twisted in the wind of wars going badly and the fear-factor leading us away from common sense? Quite a lot, actually and The Dark Side of the Moon brings the year back into focus and sequence, (I hope) with an appropriate sense of humor and irony. Pivotal no doubt, but 2006 surely must also be counted among the most ironic years of the weird decade to which it belongs.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Jim Freeman for President!, July 11, 2012
This review is from: The Dark Side of the Moon 2006: Observing America (Volume 3) (Paperback)
After reading Evoke, a novel by the author of this work, I heard his name mentioned on the Jon Stewart program where an excerpt was read from his Dark side of the Moon series. Whether a Republican or Democrat, Freeman has an intimate knowledge of the politicians, their faulty policy and offers original insight and solutions to what ails America. Every American voter should read this work as should every politician and aspiring political advisor. It should be required reading for all students of Political science. A great work, written with a unique wit and style.