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Civilization's Malcontents: Contemporary Civilization of America: The Challenge to Democracy by Technopoly & Technique

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Defining Technology And Civilization

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Technical Civilization and its discontents: Agreeing To Violently DisagreeAnomie, Nihilism, and Anarchism

Technical Civilization and its discontents: Agreeing To Violently DisagreeAnomie, Nihilism, and Anarchism

Younger Obama doing community work amongst African American folks

Younger Obama doing community work amongst African American folks

Obama and the War in Afghanistan: Thinking Issues Thoroughly

Obama and the War in Afghanistan: Thinking Issues Thoroughly

President Obama, Commander in Chief, shaking troops hand and Talking to the Troops

President Obama, Commander in Chief, shaking troops hand and Talking to the Troops

Obama talking with Doctors regarding Hospitals, Doctors and the pending Health-Care Bill

Obama talking with Doctors regarding Hospitals, Doctors and the pending Health-Care Bill

Opposition to Obama's Health in the Late Summer of 2009
Opposition to Obama's Health in the Late Summer of 2009

Opposition to Obama's Health in the Late Summer of 2009

Supporters of Obama's New Health Care Proposal

Supporters of Obama's New Health Care Proposal

Artist's impression of what Obama Campaign will mean for Doctors, Insurance Companies and the Police.

Artist's impression of what Obama Campaign will mean for Doctors, Insurance Companies and the Police.

Pro Obama Supporters

Pro Obama Supporters

Obama's Supporters during the 2008 Presidential elections in America

Obama's Supporters during the 2008 Presidential elections in America

Hope for a Civilization with no Malcontents

Hope for a Civilization with no Malcontents

The ideas that prevail in the USA are akin to those of the French Revolution, except there is not Guillotine but Graffiti and other modes of expression about the discontents of the general American people

The ideas that prevail in the USA are akin to those of the French Revolution, except there is not Guillotine but Graffiti and other modes of expression about the discontents of the general American people

Sir Winston Churchill observed: "We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us. This s an exquisite picture of American cities and American civilization

Sir Winston Churchill observed: "We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us. This s an exquisite picture of American cities and American civilization