Book: Blueprint to Utopia by William Franklin Clarkcategories: Book, Utopian Work, Social Evolution, Gripping Story, Political Science, Philosophy, Informative, Utopia
William Franklin Clarkabout this book: Blueprint to Utopia provides a credible road map to evolve society to a higher level. It takes into consideration recent trends in geopolitical economics and politics. It also begins and ends with a riveting two-part story to solicit reader emotional buy-in. In this regard Blueprint to Utopia is a very unique book.
I would like readers to know that there can be a better world if we so choose. Evolving the laws of man was the inspiration for writing the book.
Blueprint to Utopia attempts to bring human emotion and reality to the utopian genre.
Chapter One presents a gripping tale about a man and his son. Blueprint to Utopia begins with a narrative story in order to stir in readers an emotional stake in the reading. While the story has a seemingly heartbreaking ending, it does not in actuality end with Chapter One. Chapter Six provides the fascinating conclusion to Chapter One; a Chapter that is sure to provide a powerful and inspirational reader takeaway.
Chapter Two reveals the culprit to international war and strife, including economic shortages of foodstuffs and medical supplies and services. There is a flaw in the laws of man that perpetuates legal discrimination of every man, woman and child on earth; one that forces nation-states to arm themselves to the teeth for survival.
Chapter Three chronicles some of the great discussions within the utopian genre from Plato and Socrates to Sir Thomas More's Utopia and James Hilton's Lost Horizon, home of Shangri-La. Chapter Three highlights the fact these brilliant minds tended to offer utopias that were unattainable, more fantasy than reality.
Chapter Four presents the greatest utopian philosopher of all time and then explains why this individual went on to become the worst utopian philosopher of all time. The message of Chapter Four is that good intentions don't always produce good results.
Chapter Five lays out the blueprint to utopia. It is direct and reality-based. It is doable and not a delusion. Five steps are presented to blueprint utopia on Planet Earth, steps that take into consideration current trends in the international arena. Evolution versus revolution is espoused, as are capitalism and democracy.
Chapter Six presents the riveting finale to Chapter One; indeed offers a heartwarming ending to the horrific situation presented in Chapter One. Chapter Six is a passion-packet adventure ride that is sure to satisfy every hungry reader's mind.
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