“The conjunction of the long wave cycle, climate change and the growth of minority ethnicities to majority status in the United States suggest the possibility that the current constitutional structure will be terminated then.”
Reading, Mass. (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Retired historian and author Dale T. La Belle offers readers the fruits of his recent research into international economics and policy in his new book “Will the United States Survive Until 2084?” (published by Trafford Publishing).
This book is divided into two separate but equal sections. The first section details N.D. Kondrat’ev’s study of the “long wave” business cycle as a further development of the business cycle discovered by the Ukrainian M.T. Tugan-Baranovskii and later accepted by Walt Whitman Rostow in Texas. The second traces a continuity of Puritan-exiled generations from the Pioneer Valley in central Massachusetts to Texas, where its continuing interest in controlling the Mexican border is illustrated
By way of illustration, Edward Mandell House, the Texan political operative, wrote a polemical novel detailing the benefits of a salutary military dictatorship in the United States. His reference to an imaginary Fort Magruder in Texas was inspired by the career of John Bankhead Magruder as Confederate general, notwithstanding his concealed European origins. The broader role of German colonization in Texas is also illuminated.
After 2030, LaBelle argues, “The conjunction of the long wave cycle, climate change and the growth of minority ethnicities to majority status in the United States suggest the possibility that the current constitutional structure will be terminated then.”
About the Author
Dale T. La Belle, Ph.D., has taught at Kingston University (Ontario), Cal State University Long Beach, and Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. He received a foreign area training fellowship to conduct research at the International Institute for Social History in Amsterdam (1961-62), was a fellow at the Harriman Institute (1971-72), and participated in the intercultural exchange at Leningrad State University (1972-73). La Belle audits courses at Boston University in history and international relations, which allows him access to a 2 million volume library.
“Will the United States Survive Until 2084” is the first of a planned trilogy of books.
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