Dissent 101

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eBookIt.com, Feb 1, 2013 - Social Science - 64 pages
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This publication proves good things do come in small packages. This one not only reveals the crippling flaws of democracy, introduced and maintained by plutocrats, flaws destroying the society and nature alike, it also outlines the ways, briefly, in which these flaws could have been 'easily' avoided.
It does not shy away either from the foregone conclusion that this society is heading for self-destruction, caused by its over-exploitation of natural resources and destruction of ecological systems of this planet.
More importantly, the text also outlines how the society can resurrect itself from a situation in which there will be neither any market, nor credit, and introduces the conditions required to finally establish a prosperous, humane society, that is not based on power.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
DISSENT FROM DEMOCRACY
TRANSITION TO MERITOCRACY
AFTERWORD
Copyright

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