As the twentieth century became the twenty-first, we inexorably entered the new middle ages. The tocsin tolls to awaken us all to a sense of urgency concerning the need for remedial measures. If our culture and even our civilization is to withstand the most malevolent of the medieval expressions these measures must be timely and comprehensive. In Toscin, Charles Stewart Goodwin, discusses the attitudes, interactions, and institutions that will be required to prevent this from becoming a malignant condition.
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About the Author
Charles Stewart Goodwin is also the author of The Third World Century (UPA, 1994), A Resurrection of the Republican Ideals (UPA, 1995), The Arc of the Pendulum (UPA, 1996), and Precarious Balances (UPA, 1999).
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 The New Middle Ages Chapter 3 Universal Wonders Chapter 4 Crystal Pyramid Chapter 5 Applied Ubuntu Chapter 6 Confederational Thinking Chapter 7 Shadings Chapter 8 Bibliography Chapter 9 Index