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Walkabout - Thoughts on the Human Condition

Mark Antony Rossi

Publisher: Soma Publishing

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Character. Honor. Control. Family. Friendship. All essential elements in the complex matrix called The Human Condition. American futurist Mark Antony Rossi leads an expedition through the conscience to uncover our brightest hopes and stop the forces that punish positive potential.
Available since: 02/26/2018.

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