World Citizen Garry Davis’ Latest Book Calls for the Affirmation of One World Under One Government
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SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. – In “Views From My Space”, self-proclaimed “world citizen”, Garry Davis compiles a selection of his personal blogs continuing his 60-year crusade to define the essence of political holism.
“Views From My Space” contains 26 blogs from Davis’s website, http://www.worldservice.org. Each excerpt presents an outside look at the world and reveals a holistic interpretation of topics such as, war, money, water, sleep, travel, humiliation, the Olympics, billionaires, space, soldiery, nationalism and human rights. Highlighting letters to generals and a variety of official statements, Davis also tackles current events such as the Iraq war and the current economic crisis.
Davis asserts that a new language is required to break through the rigid religious and political thought patterns accepted today. “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is 60 years old and few people even know it exists and much less practice the rights therein,” he says, “My book is based on a political holism essential for human survival.”
Davis encourages readers to think “outside the box.” “Being outside the usual political framework allows the freedom to expose the hypocrisy, chicanery and outright insanity of the nuclear age,” he says, “There is one world and the human race are citizens thereof, like it or not.”
For more information or to request a free review copy, members of the press can contact the author at email@example.com. Views From My Space is available for sale online at Amazon.com, BookSurge.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About the Author:
A former Broadway actor and U.S. Air Force B-17 bomber pilot, Garry Davis decided at the age of 26 to renounce his U.S. nationality at the U.S. Embassy in Paris and publicly declare himself a citizen of the world. He went on to start a movement calling for one government for one world, and in 1953, he introduced the World Government of World Citizens at the city hall of Ellsworth, Maine. Davis’s new government’s administrative office, the World Service Authority, is presently a Washington, D.C.-based corporation, which operates as a global city hall, registering world citizens and issuing global documents based on articles found in the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The author of numerous books in support of world citizenship, (see http://www.worldgovernmenthouse.com) Davis currently resides in Vermont.
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