On Freedom and Revolt by Carl Moyler

ON FREEDOM AND REVOLT:

A COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION

Author Carl E. Moyler pens a compelling comparison between two Nobel Prize winners – Albert Camus and Martin Luther King, Jr. The comparison addresses major concerns about tyranny, injustice, racism, poverty, exploitation and war. Moyler uncovers and reveals in his book that neither man was willing to stand in the face of these devastating issues and do nothing. Moyler finds common ground for the two men in presenting these issues in spite of their differences in terms of racial and cultural backgrounds – one a humane agnostic and the other a seminary trained, in God we trust, preacher.

About the Author

Carl E. Moyler was born in Newport News, Virginia – one of eight children.  He currently resides in Dayton, Ohio. He was a graduate of West Virginia State University in 1954 majoring in foreign languages.  He holds a master’s degree in French from Case Western Reserve, Cleveland, Ohio, an Educational Specialist degree from the University of Dayton and a Ph.D. from the Union Institute/University, Cincinnati, Ohio.  He has been a high school teacher and university professor.

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