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Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man: A Non Violent Revolution

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“A nonviolent revolution is a revolution using mostly campaigns of civil resistance, including various forms of nonviolent protest , to bring about the departure of governments seen as entrenched and authoritarian.”- Jazerra. The United States has been plungered into human desperation, relating to war and placidity, events such as the American and French revolution change also came political instability, violence, and calls for radical social change in France that frightened many Americans. With the successive proclamations of independence by the American nations, this regime ceased to subsist in the New World. By expressing cultural concerns-new relations can be produced,strategies of the ...view middle of the document...

The motivating effects of a well-founded strategic initiative with conscientiously estimated elastic goals result in higher level of organizational and individual achievement than would be possible under "status quo" operations. The strategic arrangement and implementation process inspirits imagination, innovation and forward cerebrating in replication to an ever-changing external environment, however John perkins markedly stated, “We who reside within the walls of the empire find ourselves living in constant fear of those who claim the right to defend themselves against what they view as tyranny… we understand that true patriotism so eloquently expressed in our most revered documents, those forged by our founding fathers.” (Perkins 268) Americans should be aware that false advertising occurs in which greed plays the number one role, and possibly threatening the safety of the U.S. and the overall survival of our generation.
Finally, the most important reason in regards of overcoming historic background and being one with peace can be done by expressing cultural concerns-New relations can be produced;preventing tragic wars...

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