Folding the Red into the Black or Developing a Viable UNtopia for Human Survival in the 21st Century

TitleFolding the Red into the Black or Developing a Viable UNtopia for Human Survival in the 21st Century
Year for Search2016
AuthorsMosley, Walter [Ellis](b. 1952)
Pagination127 pp.
Date Published2016
PublisherOR Books
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsAfrican American author, Male author
Annotation

Nonfiction presentation of a better society. The title refers to the melding of capitalism and socialism that is at the heart of the work. Change is basic to human society. Respect for all ideas and ideals is fundamental (59). Happiness before profit (65). Equality among all people, which he equates with freedom (65). There must be a fundamental right to those things that a twenty-first century person needs to survive, including clean water, healthy food, a safe housing, free access to “education though six years of college or technical school,” medical care, (89-90). 

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The African-American author (b. 1952)  is best-known for his Easy Rawlins mystery novels.

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2016 Mosley, Walter [Ellis] (b. 1952). Folding the Red into the Black or Developing a Viable UNtopia for Human Survival in the 21st Century. New York: OR Books. 127 pp. PSt

Nonfiction presentation of a better society. The title refers to the melding of capitalism and socialism that is at the heart of the work. Change is basic to human society. Respect for all ideas and ideals is fundamental (59). Happiness before profit (65). Equality among all people, which he equates with freedom (65). There must be a fundamental right to those things that a twenty-first century person needs to survive, including clean water, healthy food, a safe housing, free access to “education though six years of college or technical school,” medical care, (89-90). The African American author is best-known for his Easy Rawlins mystery novels.