SWORDS INTO PLOWSHARES: A Life in Wartime and a Future of Peace of Prosperity
I received a review copy of Ron Paul’s new book, Swords into Plowshares, the other day. I am amazed at – and his countless fans will love – the first hand account of formative life experiences the normally reticent Ron has provided. This is as much of an autobiography as Ron Paul’s admirers are ever likely to get. But all the better to depict the era of warfare that has prevailed throughout his life.
Ron Paul has been Washington’s greatest (and sometimes it seems only) champion of the foreign policy the founders recommended: peaceful and non-interventionist. Now Dr. Paul has written a moving account of his own awakening about war and destruction, about peace and prosperity.
From the book description:
“In his latest book, Swords into Plowshares, Dr. Paul reveals an intensely personal side as he reflects on growing up during World War II. The book also provides a powerful critique of the corruption and corrosion produced by a 20th century full of war and killing. Ever the optimist, however, Paul leaves behind the ashes of a 20th century of war to finish with a stirring, liberating view of the future we may choose if we turn from war and violence.”
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