The Letter is arguably one of the most prolific works of African American influence in the last forty years. Hackley's Exhaustive Commentary on the Willie Lynch Letter addresses the modern experience of 41.5 million African Americans descending through 400 years of protracted slavery. Through the synthesis of the sacred and scientific, Dr. Jeremiah C. Hackley addresses the modern issues of posttraumatic slave syndrome from a prophetic, artistic and clinical position. In ecclesiastical canon, Dr. Hackley translates the original Willie Lynch Letter into nine chapters and 247 verses, making the text easily interpreted by the reader. Verse by verse, he offers solution oriented stimuli through commentary, motivational quotes and citations of key points in African American history, social science and modern anthropology. Hackley's Commentary includes the main ingredients that every African American should have in their home including: The Original Willie Lynch LetterThe Ecclesiastical Canon of the Willie Lynch LetterThe Exhaustive Commentary & Explanatory ChartsThe Emancipation ProclamationThe US Constitution with the 13th, 14th, and 15th AmendmentsBlack National AnthemNational Fatherhood Initiative PetitionDaily Inspirational Quotes and ScripturesHackley's Commentary is not only a life changing read, but it is also a tool designed for professors, teachers, pastors, counselors, and life coaches to use as a reference resource for inspirational material. From the youngest to the oldest minds in the community, Dr. Hackley address all walks of life. From "The Breaking Process of the African Woman" to "The Negro Marriage," Lynch had a plan to devastate the African Diaspora for at least "300 years," he says. Written in 1712, Lynch's plan is scheduled to be broken in 2012. This book gives a testament and prophetic awareness to the African American community from 2012 and beyond.