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  • By Jan Stephen Cavanaugh, Ph.D.
    Nov 16, 2015
    This is a partial transcript from a book of personal reflections on the Age of Terrorism. The closing words of the first reflection written September 13, 2001, “America’s enemy is beckoning her to war: Beware the Trojan Horse”, set the stage for concern noted on September 29, 2001 that our Commander in Chief would make Braddock’s mistake, and in the matter of Iraq, September 9, 2002 that “On our present course our collective birth into the Global Age is through the fires of hell.” On September 11, 2003 “Yet it is not too late for George Bush to rise to greatness and outdo his father not in war, but peace.” He chose war: in Paris 2015 we see our future unless humanity does what Einstein implored us to do, end war before war ends us. The author appears to have his finger very eerily on the nerve of our age and for that reason this short transcript is worth the read. And so as to leave the reader with hope he offers an alternative to war. He begins in 2001 by asking one thing “… it would... More > be that we contemplate carefully the journey ahead in the matter of peace and war at the dawn of a globalizing humanity”, as true if not truer in 2015. He tells a story, a call to action to avoid WWIII and End War.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781411612365
Publisher
Lulu.com
Published
September 25, 2004
Language
English
Pages
91
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.73 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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