Book: Socio-economic Democracy and the World Government

In Socio-economic Democracy and the World Government biomedical and physics professor Dhanjoo Ghista presents PROUT in perspectives of collective capitalism, depovertization, human rights, and as a template for sustainable peace. The book serves as a valuable teaching, learning, knowledge and research resource for a holistic approach to a sustainable living environment promoting collective welfare. It is also a multi-stage road-map towards a world government system for unification of all the communities of the world into one global cooperative.

“Professor Dhanjoo Ghista offers sensible and practical solutions to economic problems that now afflict the world. Since his
prescriptions are based on human nature, they will go a long way in eradicating various global crises. The book, written in 2004, foresaw some of the troubles plaguing the planet today. There is no doubt the world needs economic democracy so that real political democracy prevails and poverty is eliminated.”
– Ravi Batra, Professor of Economics, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, USA, author of seven international bestsellers, two of which appeared on The New York Times list, including The Downfall of Capitalism and Communism, and The New Golden Age.

“A fascinating blend of social and political science, with a visionary zeal … A brave book, with noble objectives — it very much deserves to be read.”
– Edward Karani Allbless

“All I can say is that it is about time someone wrote from this perspective!” – Pauline Rosenau

“Ghista’s book has the strength of weaving economic and political analysis together.”
– Johan Galtung

“At a time of profound global change, Ghista is to be warmly congratulated on an invaluable contribution for achieving peace and security in all its diverse aspects — most importantly at grassroots level.”
– Eirwen Harbottle

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