By Mark R. Levin
In his acclaimed no 1 New York Times bestseller, Mark R. Levin explores the psychology, motivations, and background of the utopian flow, its architects—the Founding Fathers, and its modern day disciples—and how the person and American society are being wolfed by means of it.
Levin asks, what's this utopian strength that either allures a loose humans and destroys them? Levin digs deep into the previous and attracts astoundingly correct parallels to modern the United States from Plato’s Republic, Thomas More’s Utopia, Thomas Hobbes’s Leviathan, and Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto, in addition to from the serious works of John Locke, Charles Montesquieu, Alexis de Tocqueville, and different philosophical pioneers who brilliantly clinically determined the character of guy and executive. As Levin meticulously pursues his topic, the reader joins him in an enlightening and compelling trip. And in spite of everything, Levin’s message is obvious: the yankee republic is in nice peril. the folks needs to now choose from utopianism or liberty.
President Ronald Reagan warned, “freedom is rarely a couple of iteration clear of extinction.” Levin consents, and with Ameritopia, supplies one other smooth political vintage, an vital advisor for the USA in our time and sooner or later.
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C. 13 Massive unrest and rioting erupted in the Telugu-speaking region. Within a few days the government of India caved in, and Nehru announced the formation of the Telugu-speaking state Andhra Pradesh (“pradesh” means “province”). Formed on October 1, 1953, the state was subsequently enlarged in 1956 with the addition of the Telangana region, a former “princely state,” also Telugu-speaking but with a distinct historical personality. Hyderabad, located in the Telangana region and today one of India’s six largest cities, became the capital.
As she had also been elected to Parliament from the Rae Bareli constituency in UP, she had to give up one of the two seats. She chose to retain Medak, in a gesture of gratitude to the people of Andhra Pradesh for standing by her through thick and thin. T. Rama Rao or simply NTR—floated a regional party in Andhra Pradesh. He called it the Telugu Desam Party (Telugu Homeland Party). Then nearly 60 years old, NTR had played starring roles in more than 300 Telugu-language movies over several decades and thus had ample name and face recognition with the people of the state.
Karnataka also went to the polls to elect its government in January 1983. Karnataka—a state largely populated by speakers of the Kannada language—was regarded, like Andhra Pradesh, as a virtually impregnable Congress stronghold. In the 1977 national election Congress won 26 of Karnataka’s 28 parliamentary constituencies FROM INDEPENDENCE TO 1989 35 with 57 percent of the popular vote, and in 1980 the resurgent party won 27 of the 28 Lok Sabha seats allotted to Karnataka and 56 percent of the popular vote.
Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America by Mark R. Levin