The Death of America: How Wealth Disparity, Race Conflict, Immigration, Welfare, Fake Education, and Climate Change have Ruined the United States (soft cover)

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Pages:268
ISBN:1-4955-0964-8
978-1-4955-0964-3
Price:$39.95
This paperback edition is a retitled re-issue of a 2009 volume:
The End of Economic Growth: What Does It Mean for American Society?
by Seymour Itzkoff

Reviews

“This work sets forth an intellectual map for the larger policy alterations that must be made if we are ever to see our hopes for a worldwide egalitarian balance of humans living decent middle-class styles of life, in harmony with the nature that produced them. We eventually must face down the dual issues of demographic suffocation, as well as our Western intellectual incapacity to deal with factual reality, economics as well as politics. At the center of our quest must be the dream of high culture. Only then will we achieve the scientific, secular vision that the pragmatists and the neo-Kantians had hoped would enfilade every corner of the human domain.”

"Itzkoff's analysis is based largely on an evolutionary adaptive model, and he deals fearlessly with issues of ethnic and racial differences and their social consequences." - Dr. Stanley Rothman, Smith College

Table of Contents

Introduction
1. Our Economy: Down for the Count?
2. The Fossil Energy Age Ends: Facts and Inferences
3. Utopia Interdict
4. Subsidizing Poverty
5. Our Problem: Material and Mental
6. The Irrelevancy of Origins
7. National Suicide: “The Great Society”
8. America: A Classless Society
9. A Lesson from the Jews
10. Futures
11. Our Bio-Social Destiny
Bibliography
Index

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