James Hufferd (born in Iowa, 1946), attended public schools, and grew up on a small farm. He has a BA in History, an MA in International Studies, and a Ph.D. in Geography. He has taught in schools and universities, and has traveled and researched in 19 countries, including the Arctic and Brazil. Fluent in Portuguese, he was a research associate at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He has written The Bells of Autumn, a Western historical novel; Cruzeiro do Sul, A History of Brazil’s Half-Millennium (2005, two vols), the first history of Brazil published in English since 1819; and The Majoritarian Solution, an assessment of American corporatism (1985). Forthcoming works include Homeland: A Comedy (a satiric novel) and Troublesome Country (a historical-political essay). Hufferd is interested in the political economy and history of the U.S., and the global New World Order. The founder of a local 9/11 Truth group, he serves as Grassroots Coordinator for 911truth.org.
Author website: www.911grassroots.org/
Interview with Marti Oakley of TS Radio, Jan. 5, 2015, on the themes in the book www.blogtalkradio.com/marti-oakley/2015/01/05/troublesome-country-book-review-with-author-james-hufferd