About the Book
From the author of Libere Cogitare comes the highly anticipated follow-up. Thomas Jefferson once observed that revolution is not only inevitable, but periodically necessary every few generations. The inherent problem with revolutions is often a lack of well-defined, identifiable, tangible goals, and that ambiguity can eventually lead to misguided actions and a flawed agenda.
In The Eight Tenets, James J. Alexander discusses eight basic, but universal, tenets of a free nation, ideals which should be at the heart of any political or social revolution intended to best serve the interests of the people.