Books tagged: equality of opportunity

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Book 9 A Libertarian Paradise
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Price: Free! Words: 58,950. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2011. Category: Fiction » Literature » Urban
Cmdr. Gulliver and his friends visit The United Colonies, a libertarian paradise. Here they see that taxes are low, people must pay for what they want. Estate taxes are high while income tax and sales tax are low. Freedom is supreme but is tempered by responsibility.
Justice--Liberty or Equality
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Price: Free! Words: 47,610. Language: English. Published: August 22, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Democracy
Revolutionaries generally emphasize equality. The citizens believe they are equal to the kings and the cardinals. As America’s Declaration of Independence stated “All men are created equal.” But after the revolution the constitutions written almost universally emphasize liberty–– the freedom to vote, to stand equally before the law and possibly for equality of opportunity.
Social Harmony as Measured by Music
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,230. Language: English. Published: June 9, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Social Science » Sociology / Marriage & Family
This lecture shows how the character and quality of music reflects the harmony of its society, especially the prospects for love and happy marriage. Since the 1920s and early to mid 1930s, American music has deteriorated in step with the decay of the American Empire. Computers are also and everywhere to blame. It shows too what we --and especially China --must do to get music back on track.
American Myth: art, information, and the wisdom of women in a threatened democracy
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Price: Free! Words: 151,160. Language: English. Published: June 10, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Democracy
An exploration of the myths we currently believe and the ancient myths we no longer recall, failed social policy, and the need for feminine insight and balance between individual pursuits and community building. The struggle between who we are and who we want to be is conveyed through themes of an earlier enlightenment, a dying Dream, and our empowered potential through creative endeavors.