Waveform Politics: Equilibrium Pattern
Lulu.com, 2005 - 697 pages
Waveform Politics Volume Four; Equilibrium Pattern begins in the aftermath of the Coalition of the Willing‚s 2003 war in Iraq continuing to the apocalyptic tsunami of Dec 26, 2004. These essays regard U.S. and world issues from Gary Gibson's point of view as an interested U.S. citizen with a descriptive and prescriptive character. The Waveform Politics series examined social philosophical questions of the relation of an ordinary American citizen to politics: Is it really possible to understand or positively affect complex and interrelated national and international political subjects in real time? --------The essays were written in a contentious on-line environment and treat a vast survey of public affairs, philosophical, religious and social issues. 697 pages
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