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Rise & Decline By Bruce Thatcher
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Rise & Decline is a political science work that examines the history of six republics to identify common elements in their rise, decline and extinction. Ancient Athens, the Roman Republic, the... More > Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Third Republic of France have all passed from the world scene. The United Kingdom and the United States of America still exist, but are in decline. While many things can cause the end of a nation, these studies show that the normal life cycle of a nation – its birth, rise, maturity, decline, expiration – is determined by the degree to which its citizens accept the principles upon which it was founded – its raison d’être. Nations in ascendance are characterized by a critical mass of citizens attuned to their founding principle. As they decline, nations are characterized by growing numbers of citizens who are indifferent to or disdainful of founding principles. History is clear: All nations end. The existential question for Americans is not whether we can prevent it.< Less
The Decline of Man By A A Cormack
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A true modern classic, The Decline of Man is a contemporary parable of the tragic lives of the young and stupid. A heady mix of insecurity, alcohol and naivety restrain a group of underdeveloped men... More > from experiencing the joys of life. Instead, they remain cloistered together in their struggle against of the adult life they seem destined to endure.< Less
A World In Decline By RJ Palton
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A man of unquenchable desire sits against the broken boards of an old shack. He feels his body withering and merging towards the earth beneath him, and feels at one with the world around him. There... More > is exhaustion in his eyes, which are caked with dirt underneath, further exemplifying his features. Not even sleep can quench his endless rage.< Less
A Beautiful Decline By cgnastrand
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A collection of screenplays and one play dealing with the nuances of science fiction.
Apple Declined By Robert P. Wills
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Earth is dying. Its population is down to a mere two million- a number not seen for 50,000 years. Earth sends probes to find a new home world. Several planets capable of supporting a portion of the... More > population are found. Then the paradise of Arcturus is found. A military contingent is sent to the distant world to eliminate the current population and prepare for immediate colonization. The force does not expect the Post Iron-Age civilization to be any threat at all. On Arcturus, peace reigns. The upcoming harvest festival and sacrifice is the foremost issue. As the Arcturians become aware of the arrival of their far-off brothers, they turn to the One that provides all their guidance. Thanks to a decision thousands of years ago, God still walks among His people. Even though they do not understand the intentions of their strange brothers from far away, they know they can trust in their Father as they always have. Earth's plans for an easy conquering of the planet are wrong. Very wrong.< Less
Decline By Design By Kenneth Vicinus
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A short essay written as a warning to those who have been duped into believing this nation is in need of a fundamental transformation
Longanimity & decline By Jonny Cochrane
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Rochester In Decline By Julie Oldfield
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Photographs of Urban Decay in Rochester, NY.
Declinations &The Vertical Zodiac By Helmut Licht
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An astrological subsystem, which allows the astrologer to display planetary declinations within the chart in the same way planets’ longitudes have been displayed.
Declinations &The Vertical Zodiac By Helmut Licht
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An astrological subsystem, which allows the astrologer to display planetary declinations within the chart in the same way planets’ longitudes have been displayed.