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Pre-World War II, Los Angeles. Jack is a young man in search of himself. After a brief stint riding the rails, he has an encounter with a young woman that will change the course of his life.   When Jack joins army, he is disgusted by the depths to which people will sink while in the trenches. As he rises through the ranks, he makes the decision to exact change in the world when the war is over. David has inherited his father's ideals, but will he remember them when he leaves to fight in the war in Viet Nam?  Will his stint in the army change him for the better? David's children, Evelyn and Mark, will probably never serve in war. Will they emerge with the same ideals as their father and grandfather? From the educational institutions and boardrooms of the United States to the battlefields in World War II France and Germany, the Viet Nam war, and beyond, The Judas Kiss draws attention to the disparity in wealth of American society, and illustrates how, without the notion of sacrifice for the greater good, absolute power can corrupt, absolutely.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001120995229
    • ISBN:  9781988843155

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