Globocop: How America Sold Its Soul and Lost Its Way
Lulu.com, 2004 - 249페이지
The first post 9-11 election gave us a choice between two big-government, high-tax globocops quibbling over the details, not an alternative to the aggressive international militarism that makes us the natural and logical target of terrorism. This book looks at the progression from republic protected by militia to empire protected by standing armies in Athens and Rome - and the similar progression in America. It looks at an alternative: The Swiss way, which has kept Switzerland free and republican for 700 years in the center of a warlike continent. America once understood and followed Washington's "Great Rule" and J. Q. Adams' admonition not to go out into the world in search of monsters to destroy. We were then the light, not the sword, of freedom. Now we have picked up the sword only to see the light grow dimmer year by year.
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CHAPTER TWO The Soul Of America
CHAPTER THREE 1898
CHAPTER FOUR Big Government and Big War
CHAPTER FIVE Sister Republic
CHAPTER SIX Bigger Government and a Bigger War
CHAPTER SEVEN Pax Americana
CHAPTER EIGHT In Defense Of Freedom
FILLING IN THE GAPS
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