Book News: America Libre

America Libre, a fictional book by Raul Ramos y Sanchez, highlights the growing social tension caused by illegal immigration and shows a possible outcome of the crisis – a civil war that leads to the redrawing of America’s borders.

The recent book by author, Raul Ramos y Sanchez, America Libre, has been met with wide acceptance and has attracted a great deal of attention with its controversial storyline – a possible insurrection within the United States sparked by the growing backlash against illegal immigration, resulting in a bitter civil war. With the resurgence of hate groups using anti-immigrant sentiments to swell their ranks and the recent violent incident in Mac Arthur Park in Los Angeles, this book has been the focus of much attention as a possible forecast of events to come.

In the past two weeks, the author’s website, Http://www.raulramos.com, has been flooded with over 20,000 new visitors, and his online forum that enables U.S. immigrants to tell their stories in their own words, http://www.myimmigrationstory.com, has also received a sudden influx of new attention and traffic from searches relating to the immigration controversy.”

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