Civilization and the Transformation of Power
""Civilization And The Transformation Of Power" is an absorbing, provocative, scintillating account of the interiors of western history. Jim Garrison is one of the great visionaries of our time, and his account not only traces the rise of western culture, it points beyond it to a more integral, gracious, compassionate world, drawing on the best of East and West, feminine and masculine, to paint a picture of a more caring tomorrow."--Ken Wilbur, author of "A Brief History Of Everything."
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