Bubbles, Boxes and Individual Freedom by Clay Barham

Bubbles, Boxes and Individual Freedom

byClay Barham, Diana Barham

Kobo ebook | January 11, 2010

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This book is about the thinking and courage to do what needs doing to innovate and build prosperity.It is a book about the benefits of individual freedom.Schools teach children to color, write and print between the lines, observe the rules, wrap their minds in a bubble of disciplines to discourage living out of a community box.Children learn to behave as members of a managed herd, avoiding challenging that which is accepted and established by tradition.In art, however, unusual, deviant, almost outlaw behavior is admired. Artists existing outside the limits of the herd can even improve the herd. American innovators are artists causing prosperity from their thinking, acting, creating and inventive minds changing things for the better.Americans left the Old World limitations behind, where thinking and acting out of the box was discouraged, creating a New World almost 400 years ago.They proved individual freedom and creative elbowroom was the only source of prosperity, which explains American exceptionalism and what this book is all about.

Title:Bubbles, Boxes and Individual FreedomFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 11, 2010Publisher:AuthorhouseLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1449058310

ISBN - 13:9781449058319