West’s historical and political novel brings into focus the challenges facing the European race in the present and future, as well as examining its sustaining myths.
Mr. West says in the foreword to the book: “The purpose of my book is to put forward a political argument. If, in doing so, a myth is created, so much the better. The modern world is impoverished by its lack of myths. Our ancestors knew the power of myth and we neglect that power at our peril. A myth can transform the universe with something even more powerful than facts—an idea.”
Required reading. This is the first of R.M. West’s political trilogy, which also includes The Revolt Against Empire and The Wars and Other Related Events: A Political Novel.
Softcover, 213 pages, #532 — Regularly $18—now $9!