The book describes where our current societal model is taking us and suggests an alternative path which will be more equal to everyone, with the possible exception of those that control us now.
The Providence Police Department has served New England's second-largest city from its beginnings in 1651 with the appointment of a town sergeant to today's force of nearly 500 men and women. Officially established in 1864, policing in Providence has changed considerably from the days of night watchmen armed with handheld rattle alarms and nightsticks. Whether quelling the violent street riots of 1914, enforcing Prohibition, or fighting the New England...
There is a planet in our universe that we can't see through a telescope. It looks a lot like ours, but this planet's inhabitants live in harmony. There are no wars, no poverty, and no hunger or crime. Its people are mature, free from petty jealousies and imagined differences. They live in peace with each other and with nature. We all know where it is. It's in our dreams. It could be our reality.
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A young ladies' man, David, teaches his dating tricks to his lonely, widowed grandfather, and plays his best mind games in order to meet the woman of his dreams. But as David's games begin to fail him, Grandpa quickly transforms into the Don Juan of his nursing home. Slowly the teacher becomes the student, and it's up to grandpa to teach David that the best way to win the game of love is not to play games at all.
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Ruth is single, 35 and living with her father, so when she is mistaken for pregnant, she enjoys the attention from her family and friends, but soon realizes that untangling this lie from her life may lead to unwanted consequences.