The Declaration of Self-Evident Truths: Falsus in Uno, Falsus in Toto

AuthorHouse, 2004 - 608 Seiten

The Declaration of Self Evident Truths is a compilation of the axioms, i.e., "self evident truths" upon which the ethical, political and social fabric of this country is based.

Through didactically approach, this 1st edition volume chronicles the significant events, along with the cast of characters who continuously define our character, influence who we are, our value systems, the way we think, what we believe; with the unwitting capacity to have us believe that which we know to be untrue.

The degree to which these aphorisms or truisms determine our very existence is predicated upon our allegiance to the religious and democratic principles of our nation. The correlative effect being, a belief in an reliance upon a religion and government which is predestined to the division of men and women in the world. This self evident truth demonstrated throughout this text, reveals the prevalence of sexism and racism throughout our systems of religion and government.

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