2036: The Death of Liberalism
by Quan Hodges
What happens when... when a country caters to the rich and powerful? When the 1% rule with an iron hand and accountability becomes an unknown? What ... Show synopsis What happens when... when a country caters to the rich and powerful? When the 1% rule with an iron hand and accountability becomes an unknown? What happens when freedom of speech, assembly and the 14th amendment are "thrown under the bus"? When money rules politics and the middle class disappears? What happens when corporations are treated as individuals and can contribute as much to political campaigns as they want; when candidates are sponsored like race cars and corporate logos rule? Self-proclaimed savior, William Prescott, is running for President. His fool-proof plan to extinguish Liberalism and save the world from economic and social destruction seems like a sure fire winning platform. But when the people closest to him threaten his presidential aspirations, will he choose family over his political destiny? Can love conquer all, or are money and power the forces that drive the universe? 2036 is a journey of love; a tale of economic, moral and ethical struggle that explores the battle between liberal and conservative, rich versus poor and love versus money.