The Progressive Revolution
Vol. I: 2007-08 Writings
Vol. II: 2009 Writings
By Ellis Washington
…A shining, yet alarming look at the dark side of American culture. A must read for anyone who cares about the future of the American nation. — William Wagner, former Federal District judge; professor, Thomas M. Cooley Law School
Washington is an erudite scholar. Agree or disagree, this book is worth reading. — John W.Whitehead, attorney; founder/president of The Rutherford Institute; author, The Freedom Wars
Whether you agree with his views or not, the author’s unflinching political incorrectness and incisive erudition is what is needed to resuscitate academic and socio-political debate in the USA and the West. The epithet ‘page-turner’ is usually reserved to thrillers, but this cornucopial tome deserves it richly. — Sam Vaknin, editor-in-chief, Global Politician; author, Malignant Self-Love
Washington is a gifted writer, analyst, legal scholar and historian. We’re privileged to publish his work in WND. — Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer,WND.com and WND Books
Washington is a meticulous historian, keen political analyst, and discerning lawyer…. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to connect the dots between history, politics. and morality. Ellis Washington is the Thomas Sowell of his generation. — Ann Fishman, legal analyst; founder of Liberty Legal Foundation International
The Progressive Revolution (Vols. I & II) chronicles both the historical significance and political deconstruction that the Progressive Revolution, or the Progressive Age, (circa 1870–present) has continuously perpetrated against society, even to this day. These volumes are a collection of selected essays, articles, and Socratic dialogues from the weekly columns written by the author for WorldNetDaily.com, an independent news website of primarily conservative thought and ideas. This opus is divided into two volumes: Vol. I (2007-08 articles) and Vol. II (2009 articles) that are organized topically according to their subject matter of twelve intellectual disciplines including law, politics, foreign policy, philosophy, aesthetics, the academy, religion, economics, science, culture, society, and history.
About the Author
Ellis Washington is a former editor on the Michigan Law Review and law clerk at The Rutherford Institute. He is an instructor at the National Paralegal College, the American College of Education, and Spring Arbor University where he teaches law, politics, history, education, and humanities. He holds degrees from DePauw University, University of Michigan, John Marshall Law School and has done post-graduate work in history and law at Harvard and Michigan State University. Washington is a co-host on Joshua’s Trial, a radio show of Christian conservative thought. He holds degrees from DePauw University, University of Michigan, John Marshall Law School, Michigan State University, and Harvard. Washington has written extensively on constitutional law, jurisprudence, history, politics, philosophy, critical race theory, and numerous other subjects.
Visit his website Ellis Washington Report.
Volume I: ISBN 978-0-7618-6109-6 • $90.00 • Hardback • Spring 2013
Volume II: ISBN 978-0-7618-6111-9 • $80.00 • Hardback • Fall 2013
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