UNCONSCIONABLE by Dr. Carolyn LaDelle Bennett is Released
"Acts committed by and/or in the name of one's homeland must be of concern to inhabitants of that land-it is their duty to be concerned, engaged," Dr. Carolyn LaDelle Bennett says in expressing the relevance of her work.
"UNCONSCIONABLE" (published by Xlibris) lays out a view of what is and what should be, what is wrong and what is better. In six map-illustrated chapters, this work of nonfiction documents U.S. foreign relations as global, unprovoked and unchecked violence. As it is also a hope for change, the work not only comments on significance and repercussions of the current state of affairs, it offers corrective measures. As the work of a veteran educator, its ending sections further instruct with reference tools of extensive sources and notes, appendices and index covering contributors and background material, international principles and conventions; and components of the great body to which the book is dedicated, the 193-member-states United Nations.