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One World Democracy: A Progressive Vision…

One World Democracy: A Progressive Vision for Enforceable Global Law

by Jerry Tetalman

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The definitive account for our time of how humanity can abolish war by transforming the United Nations into an effective world democracy. One World Democracy presents the only viable long-term solution to today’s most urgent global problems: democratic world government and the rule of enforceable global law—a federation of all nations. After centuries of warfare, Europe has accomplished just such a transformation by outlawing war between the member states of the European Union. This book shows how to do the same thing at the global level through implementing the only time-tested solution to violence and injustice—law and democratic government. Humanity has a sovereign right to govern itself; read this book to find out how we can create a new social contract for the entire planet.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:18 -0400)

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