Books for Building a Better World

 

Benjamin Franklin

 

Are you concerned about what's happening to the wonder, beauty, and sanity of the Grand Old Global Experiment on Planet Earth?  Click on these covers for a look at the kind of books we’re publishing to help build a better world!

                 

The Darwin Anniversary Book Cycle

Here are six new books we're publishing to honor the 200th Anniversary of the world's greatest scientist and long ignored moral revolutionary, Charles Darwin.    An unprecedented publishing event.

 

Bankrolling Evolution: A Program for a President. Can Barack Obama and new progressive leadership for America help get us back on track to the better future? Using the new approach of evolutionary action science foreshadowed by the moral sense of Darwin’s long ignored completion for his theory of evolution, this first book focuses on four key questions facing us here in America and worldwide: What happened to us? How and why did it happen? What can we do about it? How do we prevent it from ever happening again?

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Measuring Evolution: A Leadership Guide to the Health and Wealth of Nations.  The gripping story of the development of a new measure of local, national, and global health and wellbeing based on Darwin’s completed theory and the findings of thousands of modern scientists that corroborate it. This new measure, the Global Sounding, has been designed to put the power of progressive science behind the new power to the people offered by a new partnership between progressive American and global leadership and a world of people ready to work together for a better future.

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Darwin’s Lost Theory: Who We Really Are and Where We're Going. This is the core book uncovering Darwin’s revolutionary, yet strangely ignored, “second half” for his theory of evolution. It tells of how Darwin's observations of the primacy of mutual aid, education, love, and moral sensitivity for human evolution were "buried in plain sight" during 100 years of our fixation on “survival of the fittest” and "selfish genes" — even though Darwin specifically insisted “other agencies” are more important at our level of evolution. It shows how recognition of this “lost” Darwinian theory could have changed the 20th century for the better — and can still help us save the 21st century.

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Darwin on Love. Long scattered throughout Darwin’s writings are ninety five stories of the love and sex life of an intriguing range of animals. Through the charm and delight of Darwin’s own love story — and the insights and humor of these ninety five stories of love and sex for the first time brought together here — this book provides an engaging introduction to the new story and theory of Darwin for readers of all ages.

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The Derailing of Evolution. Detailing the dramatic, century-long, battle of progressive scientists against the distortion of Darwin’s theory, this book reveals the astonishing power of how our minds can be seized by an over-riding paradigm that — with the best intentions of even the brightest of minds — can blindly drive us toward destruction. It underlines the importance of a new Darwinian model combining both parts of Darwin’s original vision of what drives us ahead, checks us in place, or drives us backward in evolution.  Being replaced by the new trilogy Darwin and the Battle for 21st Century Mind  ~ Revolution and Counter-Revolution ~ The Battle of the Books ~ and Up Against the Paradigm!

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Telling the New Story.  The first of a series on a new updating and expansion for the science and story of evolution by innovative educators. From grade school through graduate studies — with crucial attention to the media—the series will provide teacher’s guides and curricula designed to accelerate a shift in education from the fixation on old model Darwinism to the new science and story of “a place for every one of us in evolution.”  Forthcoming . . .

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