It isn't a stable or fixed system and instead is a constant progression moving us all towards an unstated end goal. It 'progresses.' And the hidden end goal, and the tactics employed are toxic to liberty.
This book is written in a straight-forward, non-academic form and provides the essential understanding of where Progressivism came from, what were history's key contributions, how it evolved, what is it made of today, and its effect of our lives.
Understand the relationship between 'political correctness' and progressivism. Understand the reasons there is such chaos on today's university campuses. Understand why so may laudable political goals are disguises for bad policy. Understand that how the conflicts and stresses in today's hyper-partisan world are the natural outcome of, and a tactical method for progressivism.
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About the Author
He left the family home in Wyoming as a rebellious 16 year old to live on his own and to travel. He was driven by a strong sense of adventure that may have come from how he felt as child when in the wilds of Wyoming's high country. This sense of adventure was later fed by deep water sailing. He sailed small boats in the Baltic, the North Sea, the English Channel, crossed the Atlantic single-handed in a 34 foot sailboat, through the Caribbean and the Bahamas, in the South Pacific and parts of Mexico. He confesses a love for travel to exotic countries.
His first heroes were men of the west - the last of the tough, old ranchers. Then he discovered philosophy. After that his heroes were intellectuals and the world of ideas became the new lands to be explored.
He went from a high-school drop-out to a Master's degree in clinical psychology - interning under Nathaniel Branden to became a licensed psychotherapist. But above all else, his lifelong interest has been in learning. His passions are for those fundamental ideas that define our culture, our society, our political systems, and our motivations. Today, he lives in the Arizona desert, south of Phoenix and writes.