The Neonaissance


The Neonaissance: The New Birth of a Noble Democracy in America and the Two Mega-Crises We Must Overcome for It to Happen



Described by The Washington Post as “… a man filled with ingenious ideas,” Peter Weddle has authored or edited over two dozen books and been a columnist for the interactive edition of The Wall Street Journal and National Business Employment Weekly.  His latest book, The Neonaissance, presents the possibility of an extraordinary contradiction in America – the arrival of what he calls a noble democracy and the first-ever era of universal self-actualization– and the formidable challenges that must be overcome – from machines that are smarter than humans and a climate that no longer protects and nurtures them – for it to happen.

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