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Posted By -NO AUTHOR- On 12/11/2001 @ 1:00 am In Front Page | Comments Disabled
WorldNetDaily announces its latest exclusive celebrity author signature deal with the release of Pat Buchanan’s “Death of the West.”
For a limited time, you can get this brand-new first edition signed and personalized according to your specifications only at the WorldNetDaily online store, ShopNetDaily.
Previously, WorldNetDaily has sold tens of thousands of autographed and personalized books by celebrity authors – from Bill O’Reilly to Dr. Laura Schlessinger.
Buchanan’s premise is a shocker: “The West is dying. Collapsing birth rates in Europe and the U.S., coupled with population explosions in Asia, Africa and Latin America, are set to cause cataclysmic shifts in world power, as unchecked immigration swamps and polarizes every Western society and nation.”
Drawing on U.N. population projections, recent U.S. census figures and expert policy studies, the WorldNetDaily columnist and author takes a cold, hard look at the decay of Europe and America and the decline of Western culture.
What The Death of the West foretells is astonishing:
Not a single European country has a birth rate that will enable it to survive in its present form through this century. By 2050, only one-tenth of the world’s population will be Europeans, and it will be the oldest tenth on earth, with a median age of 50.
In an even-handed, thoughtful tone, Buchanan documents the sea of changes that have already begun to take place in our society. “The Death of the West” is a timely, provocative book that asks a question that troubles millions: Is the America we grew up in gone forever?
“WorldNetDaily is offering a significant discount on the retail price for unsigned books and a very reasonable price on the signed first editions,” says Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WorldNetDaily. “We also have the book first – plenty of them in supply and ready for shipping.”
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