Shaping the Future: Challenge and Response

By: Crane, Robert Dickson

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First edition. Signed by author. Jacket lightly toned. 1997 Hard Cover. xxx, 159 pp. The problems of America can be addressed successfully only through a movement designed to follow a strategy exactly the opposite of that followed, at least until recently, by all the failed Islamist movements around the world, both those that gained power and those that have miserably failed to do so. More importantly, a successful traditionalist movement in America should work from the bottom up by transforming society, rather than from the top down in competing for over power, should spell out the premises, policies, and preferred programs in constitutional documents and position papers, rather than leaving the substance of the movement to a utopian future, and should rely on building an alliance like-minded individuals and organizations, cult-like imposition of a packaged agenda. Until this is done, the wisdom of Islam will remain irrelevant in America, Muslims in America may continue to be viewed as threats to everything American, American policy toward the Muslim world will remain hostage to special interests that seek power at the expense of justice, and we will remain blind to divine guidance.

Title: Shaping the Future: Challenge and Response

Author: Crane, Robert Dickson

Categories: Religion, Signed, Islam,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Tapestry Press, Ltd.: 1997

ISBN Number: 1568882424

ISBN Number 13: 9781568882420

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Inscription: Signed by author

Seller ID: 2197870