The Progressive Revolution (Vols. I a II) chronicles both the historical significance and political deconstruction that the Progressive Revolution, or the Progressive Age, (circa 1870apresent) has continuously perpetrated against society, even to this day. These volumes are a collection of selected essays, articles, and Socratic dialogues from the weekly columns written by the author for WorldNetDaily.com, an independent news website of primarily conservative thought and ideas. This opus is divided into two volumes: Vol. I (2007-08 articles) and Vol. II (2009 articles) that are organized topically according to their subject matter of twelve intellectual disciplines including law, politics, foreign policy, philosophy, aesthetics, the academy, religion, economics, science, culture, society, and history.My graduate student assistant at Savannah State University, Lemaro Thompson, read the entire manuscript cover to cover and provided valuable corrections on syntax, ... Here is an excerpt from that essay: My son, Stone Washington, is 14 and will be entering high school this fall. ... Orwell, Winston Churchill, Zora Neal Hurston, Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison and many, many more magnificent writers .
|Title||:||The Progressive Revolution|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 2013-05-09|