21st Century Revolution by Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhallcategories: Book, Occupy Wall Street, 99%, Libertarian, Anticorporate, Anticapitalist, Corporate Media, Working Class, Blue Collar, Psychological Oppression, Anarchist, 2nd Amendment, End of Growth, Political Change
Stuart Jeanne Bramhallabout this book: 21st Century Revolution is a collection of essays on political change. The first section is about Occupy Wall Street and the new light the Occupy movement has shed on major deficiencies in our global financial and monetary systems. The other five sections look at growing evidence that global capitalism is in deep crisis and some of the major obstacles that make genuine political change difficult.
The inspiration for most of the essays in this book was the undreamed of upheaval in the Arab world in 2011 - an implications this holds for genuine political reform in the US.
My book is intended for readers of all ages who are fed up with the corporate bias in the mainstream media. Most of my essays relate to topics covered in the international media (I live in New Zealand) but not in the US. There is a wealth of material about US foreign policy and covert military interventions that Americans never learn about. The hard part was selecting exactly which essays to include. I think one essay, about progressives who oppose gun control, will be particularly controversial. The cover is taken from an Occupy Wall Street demonstration in Zuccotti Square.
What I want to say to readers is best summed up by the line from Redemption Song by Bob Marley: "Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds."
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