“Secession may seem like an outlandish idea at first, but when considered forthrightly and un-prejudicially it becomes a powerful alternative to other kinds of political action. Thomas Naylor has here charted a brave and inspiring course for any American interested in practical, useful, thoroughgoing social and political change in America.”—from the introduction by Kirkpatrick Sale, author of Rebels Against the Future
Secession, the growing and evolving means to fundamentally change our national government, has been the recent subject of major articles in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The O’Reilly Factor.
Thomas H. Naylor, professor emeritus of Duke University and co-author of Affluenza and The Search for Meaning, is founder and chair of the Second Vermont Republic, the foremost secessionist organization in the country.
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About the Author
Thomas Naylor is Professor Emeritus of Economics at Duke University. During the 1970s he was president of a major software firm. He's written the New York Times and other major publications and thirty books, including the recent, much-discussed "Affluenza". In 2003 he founded The Second Vermont Republic. Naylor lives outside Burlington Vermont. Kirkpatrick Sale is also a forming member of The Second Vermont Republic and the author of more than a dozen highly-regarded books including "Rebels Against the Future: The Luddites and their War on the Industrial Revolution." Sale lives in Cold Springs, New York.