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Dr. Ada Fisher offers solutions in new book

Coming to a book store near you — and already on Amazon.com — is Dr. Ada Fisher’s magnum opus, “Common Sense Conservative Prescriptions: Solutions for What Ails Us.”
Fisher, a Republican National Committeewoman, has put her experience as a physician and politician to work in this 688-page, self-published book (“Book 1,” according to the cover). From abortion to “The Israeli Dilemma,” she diagnoses the problems troubling the country and outlines remedies.
Fisher, a former member of the Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education, has run for the U.S. House and Senate in years past and has been active in the Republican Party for years.
Her columns occasionally appear in the Salisbury Post.
Amazon is selling “Common Sense Conservative Prescriptions” online for $22.75. Fisher says copies will be available in book stores in four to six weeks. It is also available through CreateSpace ebooks.

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