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America: Freedom to Fascism (2006)

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A documentary that explores the connection between income tax collection and the erosion of civil liberties in America.

Director:

Aaron Russo

Writer:

Aaron Russo

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Aaron Russo ... Himself / Narrator
John Turner John Turner ... Himself
Joe Banister Joe Banister ... Himself (as Joseph R. Banister)
Sherry Peel Jackson Sherry Peel Jackson ... Herself (as Sherry Jackson)
Charlie Beall ... Himself
Peter Gibbons Peter Gibbons ... Himself
G. Edward Griffin G. Edward Griffin ... Himself
Bob Schulz Bob Schulz ... Himself
Catherine Austin Fitts Catherine Austin Fitts ... Herself
Phil Hart Phil Hart ... Himself
Larken Rose Larken Rose ... Himself
Irwin Schiff Irwin Schiff ... Himself
Vernice Kuglin Vernice Kuglin ... Herself
Tom Selgas Tom Selgas ... Himself
Edwin Vieira Edwin Vieira ... Himself
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A documentary that explores the connection between income tax collection and the erosion of civil liberties in America.

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Plot Keywords:

income tax | freedom | fascism | See All (3) »

Genres:

Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 July 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

America: Freedom to Fascism See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$61,200, 30 July 2006, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$87,400
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Edwin Viera (Prof. Constitutional Law): *All* the power is in the people. And to the extent that government becomes alienated from the people, does things the people don't want, power is transferred until you finally come to a Police State, totalitarian state, whatever word you want to give it -- where the desires of the people really have no consequence. They go out and they vote, doesn't make any difference which candidate they elect.
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amazing and substantiated film about the decline of political honesty
9 April 2006 | by eyecoinSee all my reviews

This film is a political film from a concerned producer who doesn't need to do this movie.... He has been successful and is doing this from the concern he has developed for his country.

It covers many aspects and unlike michael moore, he is not approaching this from a partisan viewpoint. He was very balanced and bipartisan, simply approaching these terrible realities from the viewpoint of a genuine person who cares about the decline of a great nation.

This film was good. The content was substantiated and he built a good case... I think anyone who cares at all about their future as a US citizen, and the future of their children should watch this movie.

Watch it , bring your friends....


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