As AI/robotics eliminates jobs across
the spectrum, governmental revenues will
plummet while the debt increases dramatically.  
This crisis of limited resources on all levels—
underfunded or non-existent pensions, health
problems, lack of savings, and job destruction
without comparable job creation—will drive
many into homelessness and produce a
dramatic rise in violence as we fight over
shrinking resources.

No area of work is sacrosanct. Work
opportunities are being eliminated from the
most “intellectual” activities down to the basic
areas of services and labor, including a range
of professional occupations heretofore thought
of as distinctly human:  in middle management,
finance, banking, insurance, medicine, high-
tech, transportation, law and even the arts.

"A sobering look at the far-reaching impact
that artificial intelligence may have on the
economy, the workforce, democracy and all of
The Artificial Intelligence Contagion
is a bellwether for anyone seeking to
comprehend the global disruption coming our
DAVID COOPER, President and
Technologist , Massive Designs
Can Democracy
Withstand the Imminent
Transformation of
Work, Wealth and
the Social Order?

David Barnhizer
& Daniel Barnhizer
Obama’s Unending Wars provides the first
comprehensive critical history of the foreign
policy of America’s forty-fourth president - the
drone king who ordered the bombing of seven
Muslim countries, backtracked on a pledge to
reduce America’s nuclear arsenal, and helped
fuel a new Cold War with Russia. Obama
during his years in office provided billions of
dollars in arms sales to Saudi Arabia as it
assisted in the crushing of pro-democracy
demonstrators in Bahrain and invaded
Yemen.  He sanctioned a coup in Honduras
which plunged that country into chaos,
perpetuated a failed drug war policy and
contributed to the recolonization of Africa.

"This is a must-read for anyone believing that
simply getting rid of Trump and returning to
“normal” is a way forward."
Dan Kovalik

"Kuzmarov’s impeccable and extensive
research reveals the reality of Barack Obama’
s eight presidential years favoring the
economic and military-warring interests of the
—Ron Ridenour
Fronting the Foreign
Policy of the
Warfare State

Jeremy Kuzmarov
4th Edition

Robert C. Fellmeth
& Jessia K. Heldman
Child Rights and Remedies provides a
comprehensive examination of how United
States law and policy affects the lives and
futures of children. This law school text covers
a broad spectrum of major cases, statutes,
and relevant empirical evidence that illustrate
how children are faring in light of how our
legal and political systems function. Uniquely
among juvenile law texts,
Child Rights and
begins by delving into the
underlying political context of available
remedies for children, highlighting the special
status of children – a status that does not
always work to their advantage, particularly
vis a vis special interests with far greater
access to and influence over all branches of
government. Within this context, the text
explores the barriers to developing policy
favorable to children with regard to poverty,
education, health, special needs, child care,
child abuse, juvenile delinquency,
reproductive rights, custody and civil liberties.
This updated edition also explores the timely
issue of immigration and the rights of children,
a politically charged area of law and policy
deeply impacting vast numbers of children.

    US Economic
    Policy from
    Reagan to Trump

               Jack Rasmus

The Scourge of Neoliberalism describes the
origins and evolution of the specifically
American form of Neoliberalism. While the
capitalist system has undergone numerous
historical restructurings , the capitalist elites'
purpose in elaborating them has remained
the same: to restore and/or extend their
hegemony over domestic class and global

David Colton
Countries that guarantee health
coverage to all their citizens have done
so recognizing the health of the nation
is dependent on the health of their
people. This has not occurred in the
United States, not only because
powerful forces have mounted a vast
campaign against it, but also because
no plan with clear solutions and
guidelines has yet emerged.Colton
provides a clear understanding of
each facet of the present, flawed
health care system: how it is structured
and organized; how we pay for health
care; what factors influence access,
quality, and affordability; and contrasts
it with approaches taken by countries
providing universal coverage