Enemies Foreign And Domestic by Matthew BrackenBracken's novels are part of a recent glut of self-published apocalypse fiction incorporating libertarian , populist , survivalist , xenophobic and ultra- conservative themes and rhetoric. Bracken is strictly a conservative, although due to the genre he is writing in his books are unfortunately read by the same people who eagerly devour the obscure novels by John Ross, Neo Andersen, Boston T. The typical reader of this sort of fiction is someone with libertarian leanings who doesn't entirely "get" libertarianism especially its non-violent aspects, its liberal positions on social issues, and its wonky roots in Austrian economic theory , and conflates it on several points with militarism, nationalism and nativism. In short, Mr. Bracken can be called the lobotomized racist's attempt to mimic Tom Clancy. He knows his audience and knows how to push all their patriotic, flag waving, paranoid, anti-Mexican, anti-Muslim, nationalist, violence-fetishist buttons. A key piece of evidence is in those dumb book titles.
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