Triumph takes us back to a time in America when man was the most free. Ray Jordan was a man who took advantage of the freedom that the 20th century afforded and, through hard work, became wealthy beyond the imagination of his forefathers. As the next century began, Ray was forced to confront people from the new generation, people who did not value hard work and were willing to trade their freedom for a life of intoxication and ease. Triumph points out the absolute corruption of political correctness and shows how it permeates the law and erodes the fair governance of the people.
This book takes us through the background of the man. It touches on his makeup as a human and his willingness to fight when needed. It highlights the not so subtle attacks by the government establishment and the media to punish him for his non-conformity. Triumph shows the moral dilemma that many wrestle with in the jury rooms across new America.
Can modern Americans see the propaganda in the media and the efforts to make them behave? Is there a chance that people, when given the opportunity, will still do the right thing? Triumph says yes.
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