Damn the Warocracy: A Plea to Restore American Democracy

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Tree House Publishers, 2008 - 465 pages
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What do we call a pro-military dogma, wrapped in patriotism? Warocracy. According to George Fouke, Ph.D., retired professor of political studies, Warocracy is a post World War II mindset about power-Who has it? Who wants it? How will it be used?

Damn the Warocracy! explores this new ideology about the rise of misplaced power. It does not foster Democratic, Republican, Independent or any other political party. It focuses on a democratic society with the expectation of voter privilege and responsibility.

Damn the Warocracy! asks the big question. What to live for and what to die for? The political and historical trends that have shaped the Great Generation are now taking form for the New Generation to restore the positive use of political power.

Fouke, using humor and skill, informs and educates the reader about the mistakes of the past, their continuing impact, and future alternatives. He addresses the moral and political crossroads faced by the New Generation with an intensity born from his early life experiences of diversity in religion, culture, values, and political views. Professor Fouke believes in America and challenges the next generation to think independently and become morally proactive in the political arena.

 

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Contents

The Warocracy On Steroids 1 Chapter 1 From Asking to Raiding to Plundering to Pigging Out
3
From President Eisenhower to MIC and Boo
7
Defense Is Not a Budget Issue
11
Militarizing All Things Under God
23
The Secret the Farmers Taught Behind the Barn
31
Oh Republicans What Have You Done to the Party?
35
The British Are Coming The British Are Coming
37
Is the Republican Party Brain Dead?
39
One of the Most Successful Presidents Ever?
255
The Purpose of Contract 267 Chapter 50 The Guillotine Bringing Death to a Quick End
275
Free Enterprise Embraces Dignity 277 Part XI Israel
285
Over a Glass of Wine You Find Many Good Friends
287
How Do You Define All?
291
Broadening the Circle We Love
293
Uphill One Climbs Slowly
299
One God and So Many Enemies
301

Values
41
Which Side Is God On His or Ours?
43
Teaching the Bible in Public School
47
A Prelude
51
From Pro Choice to Pro Life Sex Education Cuts Both Ways
53
Is ProLife Really What It Seems? Be Careful What You Ask For
55
Consciousness Raising
59
Cut Justice Blackmun Some Slack
61
Introduction to Debtaplegics 65 Chapter 17 The Perversion and Inversion of Values Which is Worse?
67
Do the Ends Justify the Means? Absolutely
69
Fiscal Policy
73
Election Alternatives
91
Food For Thought
107
Proposed Constitutional Amendments
113
The Judiciary
125
Immigration
135
Foreign Policy
145
Whither Goest U S ?
211
Implications for Democracy
231
Implications for Warocracy
247
An Internal Sense of Being a Single People
307
The Promise of the Promised Land
321
Tasty Is the Fish from Someone Elses Table
327
Oh
335
Sugarmares
341
Minds Made Mad By War
345
Variety Is the Spice of Life
351
The Implications of Exclusion
357
The Jews and Reconnecting to the Universe
361
But Each Man Feels His Own
371
Atwaterboarding
381
The Voice of America
383
From Holocaust to Hubris
391
Is Israel Americas FiftyFirst State or Is America Israels Second Colony?
395
Stumbling Forward 403 Chapter 72 Making the World Safe for Israel Americas Best Interests? 409 Part XII Contract Without Purpose Is Pointless
411
Toward a Society of Dignity
413
Heroes Yes Debtaplegics No
419
The Dusk of Dawn
423
Afterword
475
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