Those who are too young to remember the Communist threat when it was armed with nuclear missiles can get a crash course in the strategy, tactics and objectives of what Ronald Reagan called the "evil empire" by reading James Bowers' book The Naked Truth. Cleon Skousen listed and analyzed the Communist goals and deceptions in his famous book The Naked Communist, and James Bowers has done a masterful job of proving their current relevance. The Naked Truth is must reading for those who seek to understand current politics.---Phyllis Schlafly, President, Eagle ForumI must acknowledge that the vital history documented in this book is likely not covered in any college history courses. It is a "must read." --Mary Evans Seeley, Author, Historian, President of A Presidential Christmas Corp.The Naked Truth, documents how in 50 years the Communists and their progressive allies have transformed America's Bible-based society into the amoral, relativistic, do-whatever feels good culture, in which we exist today. If you want to understand how this happened, read this book! May God restore us again! --John Stormer, Author "None Dare Call It Treason"The Naked Truth is a fantastic companion guide to The Naked Communist. James Bowers details how communism's 45 goals were nearly all fulfilled in just over 50 years. Bowers connects all the dots and shows how methodically the achievement of these bad goals has been supported by millions duped into believing that communism promised a better way. It's a fast, easy read and offers a guiding light in today's confusing political world. I highly recommend The Naked Truth to all political persuasions, it is a MUST READ
!--Paul Skousen, Author of The Naked Socialist and son of W. Cleon Skousen
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About the Author
Jim Bowers is a retired professor and engineer. He received his bachelor's degree from Vanderbilt, his Master's from the University of Tennessee and his Doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis.
As an Electrical Engineer he worked at Boeing and McDonnell Aircraft Corporation. At McDonnell he worked on the Mercury and Gemini spacecraft programs. Before leaving, he was promoted to the position of Director of the Engineering Technical Staff, the highest technical position in the Engineering Division.
At the University of South Florida his research work was foundational in the then emerging field of computer-aided-design As reported in the March 1981 issue of Powerconversion International: "The EE Department at the University of South Florida has been a fountainhead of creative activity in the field of computer-aided-design. Much of the original R&D work in this field was initiated at USF under the leadership of Dr. Bowers. He has been a pioneer in this direction, recognized around the world as one of the leaders."
As President of A.B. Associates, Jim directed the development of an electrical engineering software design program called I-G SPICE. It became the most widely used program of its type in the world. He also did consultant work for many companies and government agencies, holding three patents in conjunction with his work with the U.S. Navy. He has coauthored a textbook and two engineering handbooks and published over 50 articles.
For twenty-five years Jim and his wife Carole were volunteer teachers at the SUMMIT summer program - a Christian ministry for high school and college students. He is listed in the Personalities of the South, the world-wide edition of Leaders in Electronics, American Men and Women of Science, National Who's Who in Technology Today and Who's Who in Engineering. Jim is a senior member of the IEEE Professional Society and a member of Sigma Xi, the national honorary scientific research society.