Healing Our World: The Other Piece of the Puzzle

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SunStar Press, 1992 - Libertarianism - 308 pages
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HEALING OUR WORLD: THE OTHER PIECE OF THE PUZZLE integrates our Judeo-Christian heritage with the personal self-responsibility of the Aquarian Age & the political self-responsibility of the worldwide libertarian movement. Step, by step, in easy-to-understand prose, Dr. Ruwart demonstrates that the health care crisis, environmental destruction, & the plight of the poor are caused, not by selfish others, but by our attempts to control them through ineffective government intervention. In trying to control others, we find ourselves controlled by special interest groups who are empowered by our naivete. Readers of HEALING OUR WORLD can no longer be fooled, however, since they come away with an enlightened view of how the political world really works. The practice of non-aggression (honoring our neighbor's choice & righting our wrongs) creates a win-win world. The author, a biomedical researcher who has been called the "conscience of the Libertarian Party," uses quotes from well-known philosophers & sages, humorous cartoons, & plain common sense to show that universal harmony & abundance are well within our grasp. Historical examples illustrate the effectiveness of non-aggression in the most stringent testing ground of all-the real world. To order: SunStar Press, P.O. Box 342, Kalamazoo, MI 49005-0342. Telephone: 616-375-7410.

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This is a wonderful read that demonstrates how the use of non-aagression actually solves society's problems rather than the current approach--to use force against "those selfish others." Ruwart does a great job providing solutions to complex societal problems and follows a consistent philosophy making this a joy to read. Great work Mrs. Ruwart!!! 

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INTRODUCTION THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM?
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The Golden Rule
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Wealth Is Unlimited
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