'Iconoclasm' is a work that embodies historical context, sociology, civil analysis, and prospects of globalized economics as a means to empower the reader for progressive politics. Each section is designed to remove or augment preconceived notions of social structures, in order to garner a more inclusive and realistic view of the world as a community.
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About the Author
Pearlman is an engineer, musician, jeweler, and professional educator. He lives in Atlanta Georgia, where he studies sociology and political science.
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This is a covers ALOT of ground.The author had NO' agenda' beyond sharing the information. I liked the book immensely. I will be watching for more from this author.