Liberating Liberals by Bill Branyon
A Political Synthesis Of Nietzsche And Jesus; Vonnegut And Marx (Groucho, Not Karl); Gandhi And Machiavelli

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Treasuring the "Holy Bible" like the last anti-depressant, "Liberating LIberals" descends into the haunting loneliness and bewildering freedoms of modern philosophy. Emerging with a potent synthesis, it sicks the reader on America political limitations like a wolf attacking a Happy Meal. The resulting havoc uncovers vast, surprising horizons of untapped human potential -- and hope.

Liberating Liberals hijacks a huge zoo of wise guides from Joni Mitchell to Albert Camus, Ayn Rand to Eckhart Tolle, and Viktor Frankl to james Taylor. From this menagerie the book extracts so many barrier breaking insights that it may be the historic sequel to Thomas Paine's intellectual dynamite: "Common Sense."
 

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Published March 11, 2010 by BookBaby. 209 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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