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The Iron Heel - The Original Classic Edition

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ISBN13: 9781743448144
ISBN10: 1743448147
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the iron heel is an eye opener to all those who recall the potential of a government funded infrastructure failure.
what makes the story so amazing is it is told from the point of view of a woman in love ... with a man named Ernest Everhard
... it would be my guess that certain drug companies would like to have that fellow as a spokesman for their product
wonderful story ... hey all you tree hugging lefties ... your represented in this tale of de-evolution
hey all you righty is mighty sorts ... you are detailed ... the religious and the agnostic on equal footing .. that is none
read it and weep baby ...
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Literature-A to Z
London, Jack
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