Author Reuben B. Collins, II Addresses the Endemic Nature of Poverty in EVOLUTIONARY ACTUALITY
In Evolutionary Actuality, up and coming author Reuben B. Collins, II examines the phenomena of change and its effect on society. This new book also serves as a platform upon which the author proposes a unique paradigm that addresses the endemic nature of poverty within society.
Evolutionary Actuality is a theory based on the concept of change and its inevitability. Change is a progressive organic force that influences the progressive development of our human existence. This original work spearheads the creation of an ideal governing model which is described as being the equity-based society. In a number of ways it is a blueprint for establishing an environment or society that has effectively solved the problem of poverty and one that is ripe with opportunities for success.
"Readers will take away from Evolutionary Actuality a sense that in a lot of ways we are on the right track, however with an additional emphases on several courses of action we will be able to provide more opportunities to succeed for a greater number of our citizens," says Collins.
Groundbreaking and incisive, Evolutionary Actuality is a welcome addition to the ongoing global discussion on public policy. It is a must-read for readers interested in political science and philosophy.
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About the Author
Reuben B. Collins, II was a political science/public policy major in college. Since July 1997, he has been working as an attorney and counselor at law. In December 2006 he was elected vice president in Charles County Board of Commissioners. He is currently in the process of completing his second term in office.
Evolutionary Actuality * by Reuben B. Collins, II
Publication Date: February 4, 2013
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