When Freedom Fails Ronald Schultz

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Published: June 13th 2011

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252 pages


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When Freedom Fails  by  Ronald Schultz

When Freedom Fails by Ronald Schultz
June 13th 2011 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 252 pages | ISBN: | 6.65 Mb

When Freedom Fails blends personal experiences as a post-World War II “Golden Era” baby boomer in America with a larger central theme of social and cultural change as it occurs over time. A significant intervening factor is how individuals, AmericanMoreWhen Freedom Fails blends personal experiences as a post-World War II “Golden Era” baby boomer in America with a larger central theme of social and cultural change as it occurs over time. A significant intervening factor is how individuals, American society and worldwide nations apply freedom of choice in their ongoing everyday existence.

Since the concept of freedom is so highly esteemed by humankind, maintaining it at an ideal level is dependent upon choices made from single individuals all the way up to national coalitions. Whenever conditions can be ideally maintained, favorable choices have been made. Deteriorating situations are signs of detrimental choices left uncorrected. History has shown that humans constituting national and multinational groups fail over time in their selected choices. Presently, freedom in its truest form is seemingly manifested by individuals at the spiritual rather than physical or worldly level.



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