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What "Lies" Beneath

Bureaucracy Exposed



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What "Lies" Beneath by Melvon Anderson
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Anderson does a masterful job of conveying the trials that work injuries inflict on people. The loss of your job can often spiral life out of control. This is an inspirational story of human spirit and overcoming hardship that everyone can relate to. Alissa J. Magenheim Attorney at Law Admitted in California, North Carolina and Ohio "A remarkable story from a remarkable woman who faced remarkable odds in this remarkable tragedy! Melvon tells a story that invites the reader to experience her pain, her humiliation, her rejection, her tragedy and her triumph! She exposes much in a system that had failed her, to a church that turned her away, to individuals who shunned her. Melvon turns her situation from one as a victim to a victor! From one who has endured much and now shares her story, this is a must read for every employer and employee." Major Warren Dabis, Corps Officer The Salvation Army San Diego Citadel Corps What "Lies" Beneath goes beyond providing sound advice with occupational and sports injuries. It will open your eyes to the Corporate America that you never knew! The situations described about our local and state government operations.will make your blood boil! After reading the heart wrenching stories in this book, I can no longer view the government in the same way. You will feel ashamed or disgusted; either way it will make you want to take back our rights! This book makes you take a second look at our country, and how the government does not take care of the people who need it the most! I recommend this book to every individual as a must read because it will shock you with the truth! Stephen R. MetzII Sports With Flava Executive Producer Melvon is a woman of heart and courage who seeks truth and shares her truth for all who have had to or will have to seek justice. This book inspires you to never become a victim of any legal system. It is a testimony that "Knowledge Is Power." Read and be empowered! Starla Lewis Professor of Black S
Release date Australia
February 1st, 2006
Country of Publication
United States
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