Monday, October 6, 2008

Readers Daily Review: Wealth, Women, and War

Wealth, Women, and War
By Clifford Allen Potts, Ph.D

Based on the analysis of his last 50 years, Clifford Allen Potts, Ph.D., brings another thought-provoking page turner as we delve once again into our world's dynamic human environment. Wealth, Women, and War brings a unique perspective upon our nation's finances, gender roles, and who has the biggest bomb of them all. This book is a unique accounting on our world's history and possible future, from theology to capitalism and beyond. Wealth, Women, and War is a gem in the collection of books written by Clifford Allen Potts, Ph.D. Other written works include Well Past Midnight, Radicals, Religion, and Revelation, and Conspirators, Confederates, and Cronies. I look forward to joining the brilliant Dr. Potts as he unravels more mysteries in future works.

Matthew Doherty
Readers Daily Review

Readers Daily Review: Conspirators, Confederates, and Cronies

Conspirators, Confederates, and Cronies
By Clifford Allen Potts, Ph.D.

Conspirators, Confederates, and Cronies is an eye-opening journey. The context allowed me to view those with power over the world through a new lens. Who is running our nation? How are they composing their agenda? And, perhaps most important: To what end? My mind was suddenly hungry for answers.

Dr. Clifford Allen Potts provides his clear analysis of an on-going enigmatic cycle. His insight illuminates that we – Americans -- could be our own biggest threat. How far apart have we grown from the precepts of our founding fathers, and their ideas for our future? How long is the reaching arm of history's errors? And will the Millennium Generation allow a new future to become corrupted? Conspirators, Confederates, and Cronies is an intriguing exploration on the merging of politics and religion in our world today. With perplexing concepts supported with continuity from as far back as 1790, this book is a truly mind-altering read.

Matthew Doherty
Readers Daily Review