I’m not really a writer, but I know how it feels to get a call from someone and have a story to tell.
So it was an honor to be part of the writing team behind the book that we’ll publish this fall, The End of the American Dream: The Secret History of the Great American Dream, and to have the opportunity to tell that story.
And the book is just a celebration of the story of how America was born and how it was changed by the promise of freedom.
The first draft of The End, published in February, was a work of satire.
But as I went through it, I realized that the satire had to be a reality.
I realized there was a need for this book.
I didn’t want it to be just a book.
It was a book about the promise that came with freedom, and the promise itself was the source of all the magic in the story.
It’s been an honor, and it’s been a privilege, to share this book with the world.
As the book progresses, it’s going to become an exploration of how the promise came to mean so much more than the freedom promised.
It also is going to be an examination of how that promise is being used in the ways that it’s being used today, including in the world of business and politics.
That will be a key theme of the book.
In the end, it will be an exploration into the ways in which the promise is used today to help create and keep our economy strong, and in the process, to destroy and undermine the values that made the promise possible.
The book is also about how our founding fathers were so committed to the idea that freedom meant something to the American people.
It’ll be a look at how our history has been written by those who were most likely to tell it and how they came to believe that freedom was an oxymoron, an illusion.
And I’m excited to tell this story in the book’s final installment, an examination that takes us beyond the book itself to explore how our country has changed since the Declaration of Independence.
It will also take us beyond our borders to the world beyond the borders of our nation.
In that journey, we will explore how freedom is used to promote inequality, the globalization of the economy, and what it means for our country’s future.
The End Of The American Dream has been edited by Andrew Harnik and is being produced by Peter B. Hirsch, with input from Mark L. Katz, Michael P. Tork, and others.
The author will provide commentary on selected chapters.
In The End And It Shall Not Fall, Andrew H. Harniks will present a detailed analysis of how our government and the economy have changed since our nation’s founding.
The end of the country as we know it is an illusion, and this book will help you understand how our political leaders and corporate media are exploiting the end of America as a pretext to sell a new set of policies that will destroy the American dream and give us a global economic model.
It is not the end-all-be-all.
It contains a lot of the truth that has been obscured in the rush to the “end of the world” narrative, but also a lot that is still out there, and a lot more that is likely to become known in the future.
I can’t wait to share The End With you.
The Book: A Story of America, Part I by Andrew L. Hern is available in paperback and e-book.
This edition will be printed in the United States by Random House.