The Green Book: The Solution to the Problem of Democracy, the Solution to the Economic Problem, the Social Basis of the Third Universal Theory
Libya, isolated by much of the international community over the 1988 bombing of a Pan Am plane above the Scottish town of Lockerbie, has undergone a dramatic rehabilitation. Tripoli formally took responsibility for the incident in 2003. The move, which was part of a deal to compensate families of the 270 victims, heralded the lifting of UN sanctions. Months later, Libya renounced weapons of mass destruction paving the way for a further blossoming of relations with the West. Libya’s leader, Colonel Muammar Al Gathafi, has expressed revolutionary thoughts that distinguish his country from the world around it. Ideas put forward in his Green Book aim at an alternative to both communism and capitalism while Islam is adhered to but with a unique slant. Republished in a new translation, The Green Book provides fresh insight into the thinking of Muammar Al Gathafi and his Third Universal Theory for a new democratic society. Outlined first is his theory for direct democracy in society, or Jamahiriya, which focuses on the authority of the people, renounces representation or delegation of authority, and recognizes the need for organization of the people at lower levels of society. In The Green Book, Muammar Al Gathafi also suggests an economic revolution, transforming societies of wage earners into companies of partners by applying a political and economic theory of social organization that gives the ownership and regulation of production, distribution, and exchange to the community as a whole. Additionally, the book looks at the launching of a social revolution, presenting solutions to man's struggles in life and the unsolved problems of man and woman, as well as tackling the situation of minorities by laying out sound principles of social life for all mankind. The Green Book provides readers with new insights into a fascinating country, and the philosophies of one the most controversial and prominent leaders alive today.
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Review: The Green BookUser Review - Nativeabuse - Goodreads
Wow really good read actually(to my surprise)! He basically is talking about really sensible ideas in this, he basically lays out his plan for direct participatory democracy, mixed with anarcho ... Read full review
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After a careful reading of Muammar Al Qaddafi's work, “The Green Book” published in 1975, what mostly surprised me is that how far Qaddafi went to rationalize and legitimatize his one-man rule in the ...
The Green Book (work by Qaddafi) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
“The Green Book” (work by Qaddafi) ... From 1974 onward Qaddafi espoused a form of Islamic socialism as expressed in The Green Book, 2 vol. (1976, 1980). ...
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The Green Book (Arabic الكتاب الأخضر) is a book written by the Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi, first published in 1975, outlining his views on democracy ...
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The Green Book A periodical first published in 1909 as The Green Book Album , it called itself “The Magazine of the Passing Show.” In 1912 the title.
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Cover of the Green Book · Download the Green Book Other languages: Le Livre Vert · Il livro verde · O livro verde · Zelenaya Kniga [Russian] ...
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The Green Book or Green Books may refer to:. *The Green Book, the political views of Muammar al-Qaddafi. *The Green Book, a children's book by Jill Paton ...
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Libya's Qaddafi marks 30 years of rule by the 'green book ...
The anniversary of his political system comes as Libya seeks to improve its image in the West
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JSTOR: Mass Communications in the Libyan Jamahiriya
Democracy, as defined by The Green Book, is the supervision of the people ... In The Green Book, Qaddafi (1980) wrote: The natural person has freedom to ...
Qadhafi's Libya and the Prospect of Islamic Succession
The colonel declared that the "Green Book is the gospel. The new gospel. The gospel of the new era, the era of the masses."9 Qadhafi went beyond exploiting ...
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