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The Coming Aristocracy

de Oliver DeMille

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The Coming Aristocracy is a book for anyone concerned about the decline of America and the steady loss of freedom. More precisely, it is for those dedicated to reversing those trends through education and entrepreneurship.Drawing from years of intense and exhaustive research, Oliver DeMille demonstrates why social, economic, and political equality are being steadily eroded.He highlights crucial constitutional changes, analyzes the current economic crisis, explains why both liberals and conservatives promote aristocracy, and articulates a comprehensive formula for restoring the American republic.… (més)
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Not to give the plot away, but the main point of the book is be a force for freedom and self-reliant as possible; to focus on being a "mini-factory" that is self-sustaining and productive. It is, in many ways, the antithesis of the top-down approach advocated by Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum.

Mr. DeMille posits the mindset of the Aristocracy v. We the Free People; one is elitist and requires masses of trained individuals subservient to the State, and the other is open to all, but requires an educated - not to be confused with mere job training - self-disciplined and virtuous citizenry.

My only critique of this book would have been a request for more concrete examples, especially in Chapter 12: Aristotrends; the general principle is often stated well, but sometimes specifics, or exempli gratia, can be lacking in my opinion.

Nonetheless, I found the book an informative read, and would recommend it to those that are interested in a much needed counterpoint to the views of the World Economic Forum and other like minded entities. ( )
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The Coming Aristocracy is a book for anyone concerned about the decline of America and the steady loss of freedom. More precisely, it is for those dedicated to reversing those trends through education and entrepreneurship.Drawing from years of intense and exhaustive research, Oliver DeMille demonstrates why social, economic, and political equality are being steadily eroded.He highlights crucial constitutional changes, analyzes the current economic crisis, explains why both liberals and conservatives promote aristocracy, and articulates a comprehensive formula for restoring the American republic.

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