Manual for a Perfect Government

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9780923569228: Manual for a Perfect Government

This book is about perfection in government, and the surprising ease with which it can be achieved. It shows how any government can enlist the support of natural law -- to solve acute social problems and bring unprecedented progress and prosperity to their nation.

In recent years, modern science has gained a deep understanding of the profound organizing principles through which nature governs the universe. These principles uphold order in all physical and biological systems, and support the life and evolution of innumerable species.

According to the latest scientific research, these same natural laws and profound organizing principles can be directly applied to human society, to alleviate social problems and raise government leadership to a whole new level. This application is through technologies and programs that harness specific laws of nature, and that bring the whole of national life into greater accord with natural law. Although the fundamental principles behind this book have been known for some years within the physical and biological sciences, researchers from these cutting edge fields have yet to translate these profound scientific principles into meaningful social policy.

As a consequence, political scientists and government leaders have been left on their own to devise social programs and government policies on the basis of what are essentially 19th century principles. This Manual takes the latest developments in our scientific knowledge, and translates this knowledge into practical social policy.

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John Hagelin's book brings to light the underlying forces that actually govern a government. It describes the way any government can draw upon the organizing intelligence of nature to solve the seemingly overwhelming problems facing governments world-wide: crime, terrorism, poor health of its citizens, drug abuse, poverty, low education outcomes.

Dr. Hagelin discusses recent discoveries in quantum physics and in the science of consciousness that hold the key to understanding the means for eliminating these age-old problems. It is an important contribution to our understanding of how to eliminate problems in government and create an enlightened society.

About the Author:

Dr. Hagelin received his A.B. summa cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1975 and his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1981. He is currently Director of the Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy, Professor of Physics, and Director of the Doctoral Program in Physics at Maharishi University of Management. He was the Presidential candidate of the Natural Law Party in the 1992 and 1996 elections.

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