Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 9, 2006
The Thom Hartmann Show on Air America Radio celebrates the 230th anniversary of Thomas Paine's Common Sense this Tuesday, January 10, by hosting a live appearance at 1:20 PM ET by Judah Freed, author of Global Sense, a modern update of Paine's classic essay.
During the broadcast, Freed will make available a free report, "76 Ways to Change the World Today," drawn from the "Practical Idealism" chapter of Global Sense. The report can be ordered online at GlobalSense.info or else JudahFreed.com
Awarded the 2005 Independent Publisher's Evvy Award for the Best Personal Growth Book of the Year, Global Sense by Judah Freed offers hope for democracy and world peace by showing how everyone's natural global interactivity gives all people the power to change the world by changing themselves.
Judha Freed closely followed the structure and logic of Thomas Paine's historic essay, Common Sense, which turned the tide of American public opinion in favor of the independence from England back in 1776. Without Paine's essay, most historian agree, the revolution would have failed from lack of public support. Paine later wrote The Rights of Man, The Age of Reason, and other works. His most famous line was, "These are the times that try men's souls."
"Global Sense calls people of the world to a vision of peace and self rule. International journalist Freed makes his case that in this time of global unrest, we the people must begin a new way of thinking and acting," said ForeWord Magazine.
"Global Sense weaves together history, ethics, and the battle of the sexes into a friendly, accessible inquiry into our natural rights, liberties, and responsibilities on planet earth," said The Compulsive Reader Webzine. "Freed's theories seem more applicable with the onslaught of every worldwide crisis. He is destined to be touted as one of the great thinkers of our generation."
The book's unique blending of personal spirituality and community politics has won endorsements from such diverse authors as Dr. Vandana Shiva (Stolen Harvest, Earth Democracy), David Wann (Affluenza), Frances Moore Lappe (Diet For a Small Planet ), Howard Rothman, Companies With a Conscience) and Joanne Greenberg (I Never Promised You a Rose Garden.)
Judah Freed is an international media and politics journalist and public speaker based in Denver. He pioneered press coverage of interactive media and distance learning. Global Sense is his third book. Freed is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors. Since 1997, he's published the free public interest web journal, Media-Visions.com, featuring his articles and essays
Thom Hartmann is a Project Censored-award-winning, best-selling author, and the host of a nationally syndicated progressive daily radio talk show, heard weekdays from Noon to 3 PM Eastern Time on more than 80 radio stations from coast to coast (weekdays, and weekends) on Air America Radio, across America on Sirius Satellite Radio, in 29 states on CRN, podcast on WhiteRoseSociety.com, and worldwide on RadioPower.org. Thom Hartmann is the author of We The People, What Would Jefferson Do?, Unequal Protection, Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight, The Edison Gene, The Prophet's Way, and other books. Thom Hartmann wrote the Foreword for Global Sense. For more information, visit his website at ThomHartmann.com
Global Sense can be ordered online from GlobalSense.info, Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Powells.com, or from any retail bookseller with access to the trade distributors Ingram or New Leaf. (ISBN 0-9728905-1-3)
For media interviews with Judah Freed on January 10 or any time, please call toll-free at 1-888-887-1776.
For email, http://globalsense.info/contact