A Salute to America In the Year 2000"

TitleA Salute to America In the Year 2000"
Year for Search1979
AuthorsAnderson, Tom [Thomas Jefferson](1910-2002)
Secondary TitleAmerican Opinion
Volume / Edition 22.9
Pagination39-41, 43, 45-46
Date PublishedOctober 1979
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

A John Birch Society eutopia. Money is tied to gold and silver. It is illegal for the federal government to have a deficit. The minimum wage is abolished; anyone on welfare or being paid in tax dollars is disenfranchised. The sixteenth amendment establishing the income tax is repealed and a new tax system is implemented with no deductions and a maximum tax of ten per cent. The US is no longer in the UN, and the UN is no longer in the US. US citizens tried for treason are “deported to the Communist country of their choice.” The change was brought about by those who were “raised in traditional Christian homes and attended private Christians schools.”

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Author Note

The author (1910-2002) was the American Party candidate for Vice President in 1972 and for President in 1976.

Full Text

1979 Anderson, Tom [Thomas Jefferson] (1910-2002). “A Salute to America in the Year 2000.” American Opinion 22.9 (October 1979): 39-41, 43, 45-46. KU, PSt

A John Birch Society eutopia. Money is tied to gold and silver. It is illegal for the federal government to have a deficit. The minimum wage is abolished; anyone on welfare or being paid in tax dollars is disenfranchised. The sixteenth amendment establishing the income tax is repealed and a new tax system is implemented with no deductions and a maximum tax of ten per cent. The US is no longer in the UN, and the UN is no longer in the US. US citizens tried for treason are “deported to the Communist country of their choice.” The change was brought about by those who were “raised in traditional Christian homes and attended private Christians schools.” The author was the American Party candidate for Vice President in 1972 and for President in 1976.