Waveform Politics Volume Two; Peoples, Borders & Spirit
These are Gary Clifford Gibson's political and philosophical essays developing a contemporary historical analysis and synthesis of select American macro-social and international events of the years 1999 through 2002. Global waveform politics were a dominant practice of corporatist elites in the late 20th and early 20th centuries...these essays are from the perspective of an ordinary citizen as an outsider in relation to the inside world of the corporate cognoscenti's axis of propaganda for power. Political events following the 2001 terrorist incidents in New York and Washington D.C. as well as Florida continued to dominate the American arena leading to reaction and conflicts with Afghanistan and Iraq premised to contain terrorism.
- Paperback | 422 pages
- 152 x 229mm
- 06 Jul 2009
- London, United Kingdom