For Vladimir Putin, the Cold War did not end – it has continued to this day. Only the tools used to achieve his goals – racism, violence, insurrection, cyber attacks, inflation, and isolationism – have changed.

Where is the proof?

The proof can be found in Elizabeth Graham’s stunning new nonfiction book, From Democracy to Democrazy.

When you first read Democrazy, you might think you have found yourself in the middle of a John Grisham novel, or a movie like The Manchurian Candidate. This story line however, is true.

"A well-researched, expert guide to authoritarian regimes and the fragility of democracy in America."
Kirkus Reviews

The Kindle version of this book was ranked #1 in three categories.


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This book attempts to warn Americans of Trump's relationship to Putin. People across the United States think that Trump's crimes were committed because of his inflated ego and his desire to continue as a big-shot President on the world stage. What if his real crime is treason? What if he was compromised by Putin - which means there are photos, or he was being controlled and bribed because of money owed to Russians? Trump and his followers talk about "saving America" but the realistic facts and proof show us that they are destroying our country. Proof was seen in the insurrection on January 6th, 2021.


Elizabeth Graham had a Top Secret Clearance while in her senior year of high school, and immediately after graduation she worked undercover with the CIA. Then she joined the SAIC's Foreign Systems Research Center (FSRC) for 12 years, of which 8 years she studied Russia and Russian. She worked with the largest Russian-language military, technical and intelligence library in the U.S. She began to travel to the Soviet Union and then became one of the very few Americans to move to the USSR. She lived under Communism in the Soviet Union, then Russia, and Central Asia long enough to become bi-cultural - she became Russian. Her first-hand knowledge and understanding of life in a communist or dictatorship country is shared with Americans in this book, as well as an expression of pure fear of Trump's behavior, decisions, and words.

She has held senior nonprofit management positions and consulting jobs in strategic places like Moscow and St. Petersburg in Russia, all of the former Soviet countries (15 countries including the Baltics, Central Asia, and Ukraine), Pakistan, Afghanistan, Rwanda, Bosnia, Peru and many other locations. This global and first-hand experience contributed to From Democracy to Democrazy.

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