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Survival of the Slickest : Everyone's Danger of Being Terrorized by Lawyers

Survival of the Slickest : Everyone's Danger of Being Terrorized by Lawyers     

by Gene Louis
Price: $22.95

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360 Pages, Paperback, 6 x 9

ISBN-10: 0-9773994-0-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-9773994-0-6

Most people don’t fully realize that the American legal system is owned and operated by a profit-oriented service trade. To maintain their control, they require litigants to navigate through a convoluted web of abstractions for a chance to determine if there is any justice within its flawed structure. Everyone living in America, regardless of fault, is in danger of being terrorized with a "trial by ordeal" philosophy that was supposed to be eliminated by the blood of the revolutionary colonists. Within this problem there is a golden opportunity for every American. Valuable resources can be recovered from the rubbles of the wasted system. This newly found energy could be the basis of an economic boom. In a patriotic, consumer oriented matter," Survival of the Slickest" introduces the basic concepts of litigation in simple terms, why they are dangerous to every American, and how citizens can and must pursue the capturing of the available riches that will materialize by fixing the system.

About The Author

Gene Louis set out to be a small businessman who never wanted anything to do with the law. However, he was diverted into a sea of horrors when he tried to obtain justice. After thousands of hours of research, he had enough information to make the public aware of the problem. The result is "Survival of the Slickest".