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An American Woman in Search for God, Family, and Country with author Mary T. Ficalora

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Author Mary T. Ficalora was raised in a devout Roman Catholic family that spent most nights at the dinner table arguing religion and politics. It was during the 1960s and 1970s, amidst anti-war, pro-civil rights, and women’s liberation movements, that she found her voice. She has followed up her childhood debate-training with independent studies in a wide range of esoteric, historical and political areas of thought. The product of her journey has produced a controversial new book, Choosing Honor: An American Woman’s Search for God, Family, and Country in an Age of Corruption. Mary embraces a pro-active, defiant tone, imploring Americans to wake up and take back the country. She rails against the Federal Reserve and what she calls The Money Power. She argues against all wars, especially the Iraq War. She also believes that all too often religion has been a destructive force in society. Mary T. Ficalora has been coordinator and online producer for Professional Psych Seminars in Southern California. She received a Seattle Emmy nomination for producing and directing the KXLY Video Rock Off and has a Producing Fellow certificate from the American Film Institute Center for Advanced Film and Television Production. www.availpress.com