This modern update of The Declaration of Independence sets forth the logical foundations of the principle of human equality heretofore defined ambiguously as simply “self-evident.” Building from these foundations, The Declaration of the Democratic Worldview then demonstrates how the failure to articulate a rational basis for our belief in human equality has empowered the efforts of anti-democratic interests in our society to corrupt our democratic political process. Finally, this book also shows how the proposed advance in the democratic worldview enables the American people to bring 21st century sophistication to the effort to engineer meaningful political process integrity. Howard Zinn, author of The People’s History of the United States, described The Declaration of the Democratic Worldview as “a thoughtful, provocative study… both sobering and hopeful.” Contains a new afterward discussing use of The Declaration of Independence by Obama,... More > Lincoln and FDR.< Less
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