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ERIC Number: ED240172
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1982
Pages: 32
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Freckles Think Peace.
McClure, Edward D.
Several essays which relate the author's "Freckles Theory" to social issues are presented. The Freckles Theory states that nature is composed of opposing, but complementary, forces; that each individual's cultural view places these forces in either harmony or antagonism; and that racism and genderism are a negative reaction to nature and to oneself. A graphic model of the Freckles Human Interaction Design is included. The topics of the essays are: (1) the contention that all humans have colored skin; (2) the demands of the feminist movement and the natural needs of motherhood; (3) the value judgments that are inherent in the rationalization of robbing people; (4) the discovery of one's natural self and rejection of being made over into someone else's image; (5) the importation of Japanese management principles to American business; (6) the white Anglo control over third-world people; (7) the fallacy that some people are more essential than others and therefore more worth protecting in the event of nuclear war; and (8) the importance of remembering one's connection to one's mother and therefore to mother nature. (DC)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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