The Eclipse of the American Century: An Agenda for Renewal
Rowman & Littlefield, 2008 - 347 Seiten
"Amid a 2008 presidential campaign calling for dramatic, often ill-defined "change" - arguing that Americans are clinging to their historic, constitutionally guaranteed rights to bear arms and enjoy religious freedom out of sheer "bitterness" - this analysis compellingly contends that America's social and economic problems stem from too much change already. It maintains that the radical counterculture revolution that set in across college campuses in the 1960s, which has now spilled over into society at large, set the nation on a course of decline paralleling that of ancient Rome." "Drawing heavily upon the vision of the Founding Fathers, it reveals how the ongoing attack on the nation's traditional values has produced cultural and civic alienation and an attendant loss of work ethic - creating a dangerous bureaucratic overstretch whose social welfare costs are now threatening the nation's socioeconmic future."--BOOK JACKET.
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Historic Causes of Collapse
Contemporary Causes of Collapse
DECLINING CULTURAL VALUES
The Excesses of Education
The Manipulation of the Media
The Crisis of Citizenship
MOUNTING COMPLEXITY AND COST
The Burdens of Bureaucracy
The Tyranny of Taxation
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