Dennis Joiner's Book Featured at ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022

By: WebWire

The politics and social science book “Let the Playing Field level the Playing Field” by Dennis Joiner was displayed by ReadersMagnet at The American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition on June 24-27, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington DC.

“Let the Playing Field level the Playing Field” explains that the age of abundance may not arrive tomorrow; but it will come at some point in the future when man has evolved to become gnostic human beings who fully comprehend what it means to be human in terms of knowledge, righteousness, and holiness, as well as being free from every grief and pain that results from evil.

Dennis Joiner encourages readers to visualize a future in which science has found the means to bring about an equalization of the political and socioeconomic playing field, providing everyone with appropriate food, shelter, clothing, health care, a suitable education, and forbidding military conflict.

This book shows how a social concept, based on the idea that distinctions in skin color and physical characteristics, as well as, in some situations, language, nationality, and religion, can be used to categorize people in order to justify their exploitation or extinction. Also, it provides insight into our natural condition—the nature of ourselves—which can lead to the dynamics of transformative techno-social epiphenomena within the playing field and the consummate improvement of the human condition (a harmonious life of well-being and security) in accordance with nature's providential intent.

Interested? Order a copy of “Let the Playing Field level the Playing Field” by Dennis Joiner, available at Newman Springs Publishing, Inc.

“Let the Playing Field Level the Playing Field”
Author | Dennis Joiner
Genre | Politics & Social Sciences
Publisher | Newman Springs Publishing, Inc.
Published date | June 2, 2021

Dennis Joiner studied mathematics and computer science at the Southern Illinois University and shares his “system thinking” critique of American society and his vision of a future where humans have evolved to become gnostic beings free from every grief and pain that comes from evil. He had a computer systems and information technology career in innovative information technology (IT) research and development.

Since his retirement in 2016, he has been able to devote more time to writing and expanding his knowledge by reading social commentary books. Dennis is a critical system thinker and seeks to explain away a world of illusions.

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