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Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite
Objective: Freedom by James Huber raises the fascinating possibility of a modern-day secession of several states from the United States of America. After years of growing disenchantment with federal policies, mandates and usurping of states’ rights, a coalition of states in the southwest publicly announced it would no longer be affiliated with the United States of America. The ruling body was comprised of the several Governors of the states. Considerations with coalition-wide ramifications were discussed by the ruling council, but proposed revisions would be implemented only if the decision to do so was unanimous. Draconian corrections were immediately enacted, with virtual elimination of welfare programs. Meanwhile, back in Washington the status quo reacted with great hubris, pomp and bluster, but without consensus or much resolve.
Objective: Freedom offers a well-thought-out scenario in which a great many surprises lay in store for all the players. Huber’s ingenuity devised numerous situations with very plausible consequences. The entire story is a captivating and well written state of affairs, with just enough real history to make the story almost come alive. Objective: Freedom features a number of very well-described characters, such that it was not at all difficult to envision their faces, demeanors, accents and so on. This book was one that will draw you in, and you will not want to stop reading until you reach the end. I suspect people of all political stripes will find much to enjoy in this tale, because Huber does a superb job of presenting reasonable and rational arguments for either side to champion. Objective: Freedom was a pleasure to read, and I enthusiastically recommend it to all.