“Suppose that the Constitution was never ratified.” Bryce leaped up. “But it was ratified!” Gorham shook his head. “Not here it wasn’t.” Bryce started, his jaw slack. “It can’t be!” he whispered. “Well,” Gorham said slowly, “it is. You are now in an America that has never had the Constitution.”
In The Freedom Factor, written by Gerald N. Lund; Bryce Sherwood, a rising Senator’s aide in Washington, is quickly becoming an important participant in an attempt by a certain group of senators to pass an amendment that would essentially eliminate all of the checks and balances that were built into the Constitution.
Nathaniel Gorham, one of the original Founding Fathers of the Constitution, comes forward in time to try to persuade Bryce against this overwhelming fallacy. When Bryce refuses to listen, Gorham must show him what his world would be like, if there had never been a Constitution.
In this gripping story of a crazy and terrifying America, ridden with fear and repression, Bryce will come to realize the true price of freedom. However, does he have what it takes to turn things back around?