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About the author:
Mark Moore has had a long and varied journey into political activism. As a young man he was Communications Director for the Young Republicans of Arkansas, but left the party and became state chairman of a minor political party. Venturing back into Republican politics in a professional capacity, he helped a state senator win two state-wide primaries, the last time as Campaign Director. The Senator told the newspapers that Mark was "the best policy guy in the country."
In 2008, Mark was the Communications Director for Congressman Ron Paul's Presidential Campaign in Arkansas. Mark has been prominent in the Tea Party movement, and presently is a board member of "Neighbors of Arkansas", an anti-party group whose goal is to promote independent candidates for the state legislature and for local office. Mark and his wife Melissa have three children.
a Philosophy of Government
Mark M Moore
In a work that will remind some of a modern incarnation of The Anti-Federalist Papers, author Mark Moore, originally under the pen name Achbani but now for the first time in his own name, makes a compelling case that the Founders of the United States intended a much more decentralized government than we now have, and that decentralization of power is essential to maintaining liberty.
Localism maintains there are thirteen doorways through which state power is consolidated and liberty lost. The philosophy suggests that each of the thirteen must be kept shut in order for liberty to be sustained.
Much of the book contains specific necessary measures in order to keep political power diffused and therefore in reach of the citizens.
One of the more intriguing aspects of the philosophy is its potential to unite limited-government conservatives and libertarians together against centralizers of all stripes. A blueprint forward.
- Publication Date:
- 0692257101 / 9780692257104
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Political Science / Political Ideologies / General