The Reestablishment Project (Paperback)

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This treatise describes principles leading to the strict understanding, recovery, and defense of our citizen's fundamental inalienable rights-principles the author imagines Thomas Jefferson would have regarded as critical to America's fundamental reestablishment. In intensely-passionate civic testimony within which these principles are extensively examined, the author holds Democrats, Republicans, and lazy Independents responsible for our national decline. He begins by laying the foundation for an indispensable national culture-a radically-conservative approach to modern civics embracing the original meaning of the U.S. Constitution. Two essays (the first, an expos ; the second, an expansive exploration of the proper basis for the evolution of our national culture) form the core of the book. These essays are separated by two dialogues added primarily for comic relief. The book's capstone is a highly challenging proposed DECLARATION OF REESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, prospectively dated April 15, 2028. Taking a multidisciplinary approach to national recovery, this ground-breaking work presents a unifying framework indispensable to a critically-forthright examination of our nation's worsening civic squalor (most-clearly epitomized by our citizen's growing tendency to shun personal liberty and responsibility) pending our country's essential rebirth. With the aid of correspondence with world-class thinkers, as well as extensive personal narrative, the author explains how, and why, over a nearly forty-year-long period, he was led to adopt a responsible militant-libertarian position in lieu of one based upon socialistic principles previously developed in connection with a farm-based Virginian commune inspired by B.F. Skinner.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781716659713
ISBN-10: 171665971X
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication Date: August 12th, 2020
Pages: 654
Language: English