by Richard Loren Hall What if a way could be found to protect the habitats and cultures of the earth and still provide a framework for the equal rights of citizens of the world? What if people had a uniform basis of law and government that provided protection for the citizens with enough freedom to continue creativity and empowerment? This book does not claim to have all the answersbut it presents a strong basis on which to continue the discussion. The author is interested in your views. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Richard Loren Hall was born in the State of California in the last millennium. Currently living in the Commonwealth of Virginia with his family, Rich is interested in business, science, nature, politics, and the arts. His primary goal in writing the book is to begin the discussion to make the world a better place, for it should be possible to do so. (2005, paperback, 170 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.