The author was born in Los Angeles, California in 1945, and grew up the South Bay area; the heartland of the Defense/Aircraft Industry; in which he worked as a computer operator for a number of years in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He considers himself to be a member of the working class; the proletariat, not the middle class. After working full-time and attending college part-time, the author received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History (with a minor in Philosophy) from California State University - Dominguez Hills in 1979. He is fond of saying his college major was the theory and practice of revolution. In his youth, the attended fundamentalist-evangelical churches with his parents - who were FDR New Deal Democrats to the core, and as liberal as you could be - he is now an active Episcopalian. Reflecting on things she said to him, the author suspects that the Great Depression gave his mother's political views a pinkish hue, which she passed on to him.
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R is for Revolution
by Patric Hayes
R is for Revolution is a philosophy of history. It studies ten revolutionary movements that have occurred since Roman Catholicism was replaced by Humanism as Europe’s dominate paradigm. Those revolutions are Protestantism, the Puritan Revolt, the American Revolution, the French Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, the “Springtime” of the Peoples, The Chartist Movement, the Russian Revolutions
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