The Collective

The Collective In Gustave LeBon published The Crowd in which he examined the underlying forces behind the many horrors of the French revolution More than years later its premises may be traced to the ris

  • Title: The Collective
  • Author: William R. Herr
  • ISBN: 9781479366712
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 1898, Gustave LeBon published The Crowd, in which he examined the underlying forces behind the many horrors of the French revolution More than 100 years later, its premises may be traced to the rise of Hitler, Mussolini, Pol Pot, Mao Tse Tung, and countless American and European leaders Here is presented an expansion and update of his work, in the hopes that the mistaIn 1898, Gustave LeBon published The Crowd, in which he examined the underlying forces behind the many horrors of the French revolution More than 100 years later, its premises may be traced to the rise of Hitler, Mussolini, Pol Pot, Mao Tse Tung, and countless American and European leaders Here is presented an expansion and update of his work, in the hopes that the mistakes of the past are not repeated Within is a step by step manual for the acquisition of political power, as well as the defense against those who would use the knowledge for their own purposes.

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    About “William R. Herr

    • William R. Herr

      Will was born to a computer technician and a British immigrant Over the many, many years of his life, this has never changed.At the age of 14, he won his first writing competition, the Young Authors conference, and fell in love with writing In 1996 he produced The White Room , his first play, and published Jeremy and February He then took the next 18 years off, to raise his son, and regrets nothing.Since then, he has been struck by lightning, has run himself over with a truck purely by accident , survived seven hurricanes, driven through a tornado, helped lead an invading army to Washington, DC, lost everything he owned, got it back, and lost it again Technically, one could say that he is currently homeless Will s first book, The Collective, garnered excellent reviews and was read extensively in the continent of India, where they didn t have to pay anything for it He once bought a pack of cigarettes with the proceeds, and was quite proud.Will s debut novel, From a Broken Land, is due to hit bookshelves on April 15 It is available in hard cover, paperback, and ebook, worldwide.When not working, Will works on something else He often does so away from not home One can, if lucky, find him squirreled away in the corner of a diner, busily tapping on a laptop, in any of the 48 contiguous United States.

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