Psychopaths Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

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Just released: The last book ever written by the prolific Texe Marrs!

Psychopaths: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow – Is America Fast Becoming a Psychopath Nation?

Texe Marrs’s groundbreaking research on the alarming explosion of psychopaths across America has serious implications for you and your loved ones. This is the first and only book to fully explore psychopathy from a political/social perspective and it was the last book ever written by prolific author Texe Marrs.

After first explaining the warped psychopathic mindset, Marrs goes on to describe how a sick and decadent society actually fosters psychopathic behavior and encourages disorderly, criminal, anti-social activity. Marrs shows how psychopathic activity continues to cyclically increase in society until it finally reaches what he terms “Crazy Times.” This is a fantastic period in which anything goes and psychopaths practically run amok. (Look at political and social events unfolding now. How can anyone deny we are living on the threshold of the “Crazy Times” right now or argue that psychopaths are not eternally embedded in important positions in government and within our intelligence services?)

This chaotic situation is usually followed by a totalitarian historic era similar to the Bolshevik/Soviet era and the reign of Mao Tse-Tung. Some people would argue that the “Crazy Times” in Weimar Germany ushered another totalitarian leader into office: Adolf Hitler. Psychopathic con-men take charge of the government, make incomprehensible changes, and commence horrific crimes against normal humans.

America is even now at the threshold of this terrible age of psychopathic destruction. Look around you. Are the American people running the show or are the psychopaths in charge? Who are they? How did they gain control? Who do they maintain control? What can we do about it?

Oversized 8.5 x 11 softcover, 208 pages

About the Author

Well-known author of three #1 national bestsellers, Texe Marrs has written books for such major publishers as Simon & Schuster, John Wiley, Prentice Hall/Arco, McGraw-Hill, and Dow Jones-Irwin. Texe Marrs was assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin for five years. He has also taught international affairs, political science, and psychology for two other universities. A graduate summa cum laude from Park College, Kansas City, Missouri, he earned his Master’s degree at North Carolina State University. As a career USAF officer, he commanded communications, electronics, and engineering units. He holds a number of military decorations including the Vietnam Service Medal and Presidential Unit Citation, and has served in Germany, Italy, and throughout Asia. Texe Marrs passed away Nov. 23, 2019.


Additional information

Weight 19 oz
Dimensions 10.7 × 7.7 × .5 in