Evolution of a Revolution

Evolution of a Revolution : A Boy Evolving from Innocence to a Man of Unwavering Determination to Change an Unjust World to One of Humanitarianism.

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Raised in the Mississippi backwoods by his loving father, Andre Braden learns early on that the world can be cruel and unfair. This causes Andre to begin a journey for enlightenment, and he finds a world of contradiction. A job as a common laborer eventually leads to Andre becoming a respected international labor leader. His curiosity and passion steer him to explore the darker side of mankind-and what he finds doesn't bode well for the future of the workers of the world. Trying to work with the establishment, Andre partners with the more experienced Daniel Martins-only to discover that Martins has revolution in his mind more than labor organizing. Thousands of mercenaries are awaiting his beckon call. Andre is soon labeled a terrorist by the ruling establishment. This among other establishment abuses pushes Andre and Daniels to launch the revolution. Beginning in Volume One and throughout Volume Two; with the odds against him and the laborers he represents, Andre battles the establishment, taking on everyone from the CIA to major drug cartels, the right-wing press, and the military. The cost is dire for both Andre and his family, but if humankind is to have any hope for the future, he must keep fighting. Evolution of a Revolution is a bold, controversial tale mirroring the all-too-real injustices and systemic attacks perpetuated on labor.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 510 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 26mm | 676g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 151429463X
  • 9781514294635

About Conallan Power

Conallan Power was born in southeast Texas and lived there most of his life, although he's always been prone to wanderlust. He served in the US Navy for four years and took advantage of the GI Bill to earn an undergraduate degree from Lamar University. Power's professional life began as a common laborer. He rose through the ranks to become a business owner and industrial construction consultant. Sixty-one years of life have left Power with a wealth of experience and knowledge. He's had more than a few near misses with death-including a flatline-and experienced too many losses to count. These incidents and others forged his strong integrity and principles.show more

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