| In today's mainstream bookstores, it's easy to find information about the best places to live. Such literature undoubtedly concentrates on
the positive aspects, such as the number of golf
courses, the quality of health care, availability of
cultural activities, school rankings, and the growth
potential of the local economy. While these highly-rated metropolitan areas may offer
ample opportunities to enhance your lifestyle, what happens when a major
- What if a labor crisis halts the inflow of food and consumer goods? Will these
communities provide the basic necessities of life?
- What if an economic crisis threatens your pensions, investments and other
so-called guaranteed income?
- Could you get out of harm's way if
massive social unrest erupts in the wake of a natural disaster?
- Do you have contingency
plans to exit the area when roads/highways are blocked?
- Have you thought about
the impact of a major terrorist attack on a U.S. city with chemical, biological or nuclear weapons?
It's easy to dismiss these threats during times of peace and prosperity
but they are real, and the probability of such events coming
to pass increases every year. Strategic Relocation: North American Guide
to Safe Places is an in-depth analysis you need to plan ahead and select the safest areas for
you and your loved ones to live. The 3rd Edition features a complete,
newly added section on foreign
relocation possibilities plus
individual analysis on every state and province in North
America. The new color maps show military base locations, city
densities, terrain satellite images, private/public land availability,
and much more. This book will help you look ahead for potential threats that
most other people fail to see or choose to ignore. It contains a complete
discussion of the strategies and relocation contingencies that will help
you avoid or mitigate each of the major modern threats, from natural
disasters to economic collapse to nuclear war.
About the Authors
Skousen has served as a relocation consultant for over 30 years
designing high security residences and retreats. He is the chief
designer at The Secure Home Design Group and author of The Secure Home.
He has traveled widely and speaks multiple foreign languages and also
publishes the World Affairs Brief, a weekly news analysis service.
Skousen, co-author, is a practicing structural engineer who regularly
consults and designs for The Secure Home Design Group. Andrew
contributed most of the new research, graphics, tables, and much of the