Advocating a more pragmatic and local government approach to managing society, “Freedom to Argue” focuses primarily on Europe and the United States and how they are affected by realities in the Middle East and Africa.
BURLINGTON, Wis. (PRWEB) November 17, 2016
Discussing Western civilization’s challenges, “Freedom to Argue: We the People versus They the Government” (published by iUniverse) explores slowing economic growth, undocumented immigration, Islam’s jihad and the corruption of values caused by too much wealth. It looks to these issues as reasons why a citizens’ rebellion against traditional political parties is growing.
“We live in a 24 hour news cycle with much of the news being anecdotal personal stories,” author Dick Sim explains. “The result is an accumulation of data points. This book is an attempt to connect the dots. To see the big picture not only around the world but as it has progressed over the last sixty years and where it might be going in the next sixty years.”
Advocating a more pragmatic and local government approach to managing society, “Freedom to Argue” focuses primarily on Europe and the United States and how they are affected by realities in the Middle East and Africa. With an eye toward the global economy, global government, population trends, standard of living disparities, religious differences, ethnic differences and more, it pulls together the factors that are integral to current political debates.
Ultimately, Sim hopes his book “challenges (readers’) thinking” and that “their views are better informed as a result.”
“Freedom to Argue”
By Dick Sim
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781491797242
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 134 pages | ISBN 9781491797259
E-Book | 134 pages | ISBN 9781491797266
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dick Sim was born and raised in Scotland and studied engineering at Glasgow and Cambridge universities. He spent 30 years traveling the world overseeing global industrial operations; a career that that included serving as CEO and chairman of two New York Stock Exchange public companies. He has an intimate knowledge of global capitalism, cultures and the role that technology plays in transforming society. He splits his time between Europe and the USA and continues to be active in operating businesses. This is Sim’s first book. More information can be found at: freedomtoargue.com.
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