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Texit is the first nonfiction book to delve into the motivations, the process, and the practicality of a modern-day Texas exit from the US. Channeling his 20 years of experience on the issue, author Daniel Miller takes the listener through the historical and cultural foundations of Texit as well as its impact on mainstream politics and plainly lays out the grievances expressed by many Texans that drive their support for an independent Texas.

Texit also addresses the most common objections by using facts and sheds light on what a future Republic of Texas could look like.

©2018 Defiance Press & Publishing, Daniel Miller (P)2018 Defiance Press & Publishing

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Great Read

great read. puts everything into perspective. answers all questions and doubts about how this can be accomplished.

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Profoundly Inspirational & Distinctly Educational

The author and his colleagues have clearly done their research. In this book, they have, in painstakingly patient detail, covered nearly every conceivable talking point in relation to the current political conundrum that is Texit. There will likely be a storm of scrutiny and ridicule over the next year or so, simply due to the nature and controversy of the content, though many of the common arguments against the cause have already been debunked herein. That, however, is exactly what needs to happen. Public discussion and debate will undoubtedly bring Texit supporters together, and out of hiding.

As an audio book, it does have a tendency to allow the mind to wander off to distant places where Texans have already realized their right to self-determination, so be prepared to hit rewind on more than on occasion. You don't want to miss a thing. Though the narrator's voice does bring back memories of falling asleep in history class, I cannot deny that he did a fantastic job. It's not his fault that I have the attention span of a squirrel, at times!

This book is, without question, the most comprehensive, informative, motivational knowledge base I have yet to discover on the topic of Texas Independence. I'm sure we still have a long fight ahead of us, but I found this to be a beacon of hope in the midst of all the present darkness.

I strongly recommend also buying a physical copy of this work, or several copies, and sharing them with anyone and everyone who is interested in learning more about Texit.

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good message, performance was so-so kinda a whistle in voice, but stll the message is the thing

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this book is a must read, not only for Texans

everyone that has an issues with the direction of the country should read this book. So many good and well thought out points were made. if a small area in Asia is capable of leaving the USSR then we certainly can leave the USA.