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Martin L. Gross, has written more than a dozen books, including the New York Times bestsellers The Government . In Martin Gross' book, THE END OF SANITY, it becomes quite apparent that Bloom was absolutely correct.
Martin L. Gross, has written more than a dozen books, including the New York Times bestsellers The Government Racket: Washington Waste from A to Z, which began the serious debate over capricious and wasteful government, and A Call for Revolution, as well as The End of Sanity, The Medical Racket and The Conspiracy of Ignorance. His 1995 bestseller, The Tax Racket, exposed the excesses of the IRS and asked for its elimination. Gross provides practical examples of what happens when society pursues public opinion over truth.
The End of Sanity book. The End of Sanity:: Social and Cultural Madness in America. At the University of Pennsylvania, separate dorms have been set up for minorities in the name of racial harmony. In New Jersey, dentists who are HIV positive do not have to tell their patients despite the proven risk of infection. Grades are so inflated at Harvard that 84% of the students recently graduated with honors.
Martin Gross's book should be required reading for all university administrators, professors, and students. Mr Gross exposes the lunacy, insanity, and totalitarianism that pervades American life. From colleges and universities to government agencies Gross exposes an anti-intellectual movement that is reaching out like an octopus into every facet of American life.
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a coalition of anti-intellectual academics, bureaucrats, politicians and judges - the concepts that made America great are being thrown onto the cultural scrapheap in favor of a new "experimental" society that favors the few and ignores the many. Gross argues that the New Establishment has gained control of virtually every American institution and brought in a regime of fear and conformity
Manufacturer: Harper Perennial Release date: 1 December 1998 ISBN-10 : 0380787830 ISBN-13: 9780380787838. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.
The End of Sanity : Social and Cultural Madness in America. By (author) Martin L. Gross. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). The renowned social critic and author of The Government Racket profiles the New Establishment, identifying its infiltration into American institutions and explaining how its special-interest ideals are damaging to American culture. 60,000 first printing.
In the Shadow of the Silent Majorities, Or, the End of the Social (French: À l’ombre des majorités silencieuses ou la fin du social) is a 1978 philosophical treatise by Jean Baudrillard.
In the Shadow of the Silent Majorities, Or, the End of the Social (French: À l’ombre des majorités silencieuses ou la fin du social) is a 1978 philosophical treatise by Jean Baudrillard, in which he analyzes the masses and their relation to meaning. The masses are presented as the ideal form of resistance to the social.
social and cultural madness in America. Published 1997 by Avon Books in New York. Social conditions, Moral conditions, Social values, Social problems.
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In New Jersey, dentists who are HIV-positive do not have to tell their patients...
Grades are so inflated at Harvard that 85 percent of students graduate with "honors"...
These absurdities are a sampling of the spreading decay in the American culture, a phenomenon best-selling author Martin L. Gross has dissected in The End of Sanity, a carefully researched examination of contemporary social madness. Watching the nation's tradition of fairness and individuality decline, he describes how it is giving way to a reign of conformity and error, including the insidious "Political Correctness." The crisis he describes goes beyond an attack on reason--actually heralding the end of sanity in American life.
Spearheaded by what he calls the "New Establishment"--a coalition of anti-intellectual academics, bureaucrats, politicians, judges, military leaders, social workers--the concepts that made America great are being thrown onto the cultural scrap heap in favor of a new "experimental" society that favors the few and ignores the many.
But, says the author, there is a cure for America's ailment once we have diagnosed how deeply social and cultural insanity has infected the nation. Gross gets to the root of the problem, including examining the "gods" of the New Establishment, then provides remedies that can reverse the wrong-headedness.
The End of Sanity is the most explosive book yet from the New York Times bestselling author of The Government Racket. This new work is essential reading for everyone concerned about the direction in which our nation is headed--a much-needed guide on how to lead America out of the social and moral morass toward a greater, saner tomorrow.
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