Few people now want exposure to the truth because it reveals, by comparison to the past, a modern lifestyle based upon falsities—one lacking genuine down-to-earth qualities, which social degradation many of us have come to accept as a standard
Clearfield, UT (Vocus) September 14, 2010
Author Alan Millard addresses major issues concerning ecology, human ecology, and what makes people human, less than human, and less than animals in Land, People, Politics, and Ignorance. An Xlibris release, comprising of a compilation of research, experience, knowledge, and insight, this book exposes the truths of society in a most unadulterated form.
“Few people now want exposure to the truth because it reveals, by comparison to the past, a modern lifestyle based upon falsities—one lacking genuine down-to-earth qualities, which social degradation many of us have come to accept as a standard,” says Millard. In this work, he exposes not only examples of poor environmental/land-use practices, but also demonstrates the illegitimacies within government/corporate agendas to the average citizen.
In-depth discussions disclosing the hypocrisies of land, wildlife, and forestry management, harsh urban conditions of the city environment, emotionally-based “justice,” overpopulation, and ambiguous government and business policies are some of the topics covered. Recognizing that the responsibility of maintaining a standard of freedom and integrity lies upon today’s generation, Millard promotes an advanced consciousness with a sense of responsibility in this book.
An insightful exposé, Land, People, Politics, and Ignorance places humanity’s earthly existence into perspective and demonstrates how all entities within are tied together. For more information on this book, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Alan Millard was raised on a farm in northwestern Washington state where he was involved in a family-owned feed and cattle business. He has lived in the farming community as well as in the city environment. Millard has been a land resource manager, a woodsman/logger, a construction worker, a phlebotomist, an educator, a naturalist, and a park ranger. He’s had about seven years of college, with a career in natural resources, writing, publishing, and teaching at the university level. He continues to be a professor, tutor, mentor, speaker, writer, and loving father. He believes his greatest asset is the ability to think for himself, with the courage to express the truth to others.
Millard does not express concern about anything that he cannot substantiate and often leaves his listeners mildly shocked by a striking difference in what’s commonly accepted as true through media and government sources. But this personal revelation, if experienced by his audience, is a factor in extracting any hope, not only for our society, but for humanity. Mr. Millard heads a men’s rights advocacy group, Men and Fathers for Justice (http://www.mf4j.net), and is the author of several books, with his first being Equality: A Man’s Claim, and two others pertaining to local history and the environment.
Land, People, Politics and Ignorance* by Alan Millard
Publication Date: September 10, 2010
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