The Fall of the West
By Matt Buttsworth
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Published: Oct. 28, 2011
Words: 28,110 (approximate)
The Fall of the West is a detailed, thought provoking consideration of what factors and events have led to the Fall of the West as the leading scientific, technological and economic civilization in the world which considers the impact of repeated warfare, imperial overstretch and a failure to maintain economic competitiveness as key factors causing decline.
The Fall of the West is a detailed, thought provoking consideration of what factors and events have led to the Fall of the West as the leading scientific, technological and economic civilizaton in the world.
It considers the impact of World War One and Two on Western civilization, as well as the current crises of debt, failing technological leadership and economic competitiveness, declining education standards and increasingly violent social behavior that confront Western leaders and citizens today.
It is essential reading for anyone trying to understand the Polarshift in world economic and technological power that is occurring today, and who wish to understand the past and future of the West.
It seeks to understand why this decline has occurred and if it is reversible.
The Fall of the West is part of Polarshift which may be purchased at Amazon.com
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