Voice of Modern Slavery War

About the Book

Like a voice from the wilderness, Bright Quang shares his insights on his journey to America from Vietnam. Although he had believed in democracy, he has observed how certain social ills brought about by capitalism and a materialistic way of life emerged in the form of modern slavery and the masses of people from other countries. His wisdom gained from experiences and foresight warns the people in America of eminent upheavals, generating hope to those who take heed.

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Bright Quang

About the Author

Bright Quang has a sharp mind and is versatile in his creative abilities. Aside from having written seventeen books, he is also a poet, sculptor, and a specialist in painting. He came to America on November 23, 1993, and earned his bachelor’s degree in nonprofit management in CSU, East Bay, in Hayward, California. He advocates that American justice must be implemented in a peaceful way, which may not necessarily be generated by the popular majority.

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Excerpts

Like a voice from the wilderness, Bright Quang shares his insights on his journey to America from Vietnam. Although he had believed in democracy, he has observed how certain social ills brought about by capitalism and a materialistic way of life emerged in the form of modern slavery and the masses of people from other countries. His wisdom gained from experiences and foresight warns the people in America of eminent upheavals, generating hope to those who take heed.


“Almost all former prisoners of war of the Republic of Vietnam were coming to the United States of America. They are demeaned by the Kissinger policy since they were talented officers of the Republic of Vietnam. However, Kissinger did not only tear the Paris Peace Accords but also sell the Republic of Vietnam to communism because the Foreign Assistance Act has been pledged to help for the South Vietnam that must win communism when the Kissinger was the treason. He did not perform any statutes and statutory of the United States of America in the Vietnam War.”


“However, the plaintiff has patiently been seeking for American justice without animosity. Because he has a dream of social equality, he does not want power, which cannot trample down the weak.”

Book Reviews

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“Expressed in Vietnamese English, Bright Quang’s experiences in coming to America is worth knowing.”

—William M. LeeBloomfield Township, Michigan

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“Empathetic with those who have had their American dream frustrated by the economic and social woes that beset us today.”

—Kent B. McKameySanta Clara, California

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“Bright Quang has shared information and opinion that demystifies the war lost in Vietnam.”

—Roy D. MooreRoy D. Moore, Orlando, Florida

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