Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - Apr 04, 2016 - The danger of democracy was not being addressed, author Sean Wallace contends as he releases his first book, “The End of Democracy and Faith” (published by Archway Publishing). Faith is one of many obstacles standing in the way of addressing democracy.
“Philosophers, economists, politicians, academics and others espouse philosophy and sound thinking, but, perpetuate the tyranny of the majority, mob rule of the majority and other unsound thinking practices under the guise of democracy and majority rule,” Wallace says. “This book offers an alternative path that values individualism instead of collectivism through democracy. I believe that people would like to learn about an alternative to democracy that offers more financial and individual freedom and prosperity.”
Wallace adds that he wants readers to “follow the philosophical soundness and consistency to start and end with non-aggression and to see what a state free from aggression looks like philosophically and practically,” and also, to “avoid the aggression of socialism and the consequences from following the continual path of collectivism.”
An excerpt from “The End of Democracy and Faith”:
“The individual has an objective identity as an object in reality. An identity that has a fundamental right to life, a fundamental right to retain the efforts of his labor (production, capital, property, etc.), a fundamental right to not have aggression used against him. The US government has eroded the influence that the individual was able to exercise within its borders. The individual had the ability to keep his own income. Now, the majority decides how the individual should use his income. The individual no longer makes those choices.”
“The End of Democracy and Faith”
By Sean Wallace
Softcover | 5 x 8in | 386 pages | ISBN 9781480828216
E-Book | 386 pages | ISBN 9781480828223
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
This is the first book by Sean Wallace, who is currently based in Bloomington.