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The Accidental Free Society by Mike Schober

The Accidental Free Society

Why Freedom is Under Assault from the Radical Left at Home & Dictators Abroad

by Mike Schober

Pages: 314

Dimensions: 6 x 9

Category
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE - Commentary & Opinion
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE - American Government - General
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE - Political Ideologies - Conservatism & Liberalism

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781498458627

Price : $18.99





Type : Hardcover

ISBN : 9781662843587

Price : $29.99


Civilization’s one paramount achievement is the Free Society. Everything we call modern is due to the creativity and energy unleashed by liberty. The discoveries of science and the wonders of its practical application are rooted in freedom. The wealth produced by industrialization and the human rights made possible with democracy are its daughters. Nothing in humanity’s last 5,000 years compares to this seminal development. Yet it is today under siege.
Author Mike Schober offers his political insights in his book, The Accidental Free Society.
Mike leads readers along a shocking journey through the development of power in government, from the first rulers in Ancient Egypt to today’s political leaders and dignitaries. From the Scorpion King to Stalin and Mao, Mike unveils to readers people’s love of the dictator and their pursuit of power.
Coupled with this discussion of dictatorship, Mike also analyzes the pursuit of freedom and the establishment of the free society in Britain, America, and elsewhere. What circumstances made democracy possible in a world filled with dictatorships? The Accidental Free Society provides the answer.
The Accidental Free Society is a worthy examination of the historical direction the world has taken over the centuries, in hopes to educate readers on what needs to be done today to ensure democracy and human rights are secure for future generations. 


Mr. Schober is a graduate of the US Air Force Academy Class of 77. While in the Air Force he served as a Navigator and Radar Navigator on a B52G with approximately 1300 hours of flying time. After separation from the service, he earned a master’s degree in engineering eventually retiring as a Senior Engineering Fellow from a major aerospace company, earning seven patents along the way. His lifelong study of power and politics culminated in his book The Accidental Free Society.

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