Catalyst

Alex Sangha has published the following book through AuthorHouse which is a Penguin Company.

Catalyst – A Collection of Commentaries to Get Us Talking (2013)

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Catalyst was a Finalist in the Current Events and Social Change category of the Next Generation Indie Book Awards for 2014.

Catalyst is a collection of 40 short one to three page columns divided into three sections – Our World, Our Country, and Our Life.  The columns talk about topical economic, social, environmental, political, and spiritual issues.

Catalyst is available worldwide for purchase through Amazon.

Catalyst

CONTENTS

Introduction

We Are One

Our World

The Occupy Movement

The Peaceful Protest

A Kinder Capitalism

A Bunch of Fat Greedy Cows

A Better Balance

The Law of Mother Earth

A Toxic Gooey Mess

Eating to Save the Planet

Our Country

Social Finance

Reducing Canada’s Debt

Creating Jobs

Welfare Reform

More Meaningful Support

Student Loan Forgiveness

More Doctors Please

Sustainable Immigration

The Seven Wards of Surrey

The End of Big Money in Politics

Canada Minus Quebec isn’t Canada

Respect our Elders

An Aboriginal Parliament

The Red Chamber

Employment Equity

Girl Power

Everybody Deserves a Chance

Our Flawed Prison System

The Death Penalty

Lifting Seniors out of Poverty

Dignity House

Diversity Versus the Church

Our Life

When Sadness Never Fades

What About the Sex Trade?

Gay and Brown in the Burbs

Living a Double Life

Sexual Attraction: Nature or Nurture?

The Arranged Marriage

A Primer on Sikh Philosophy

Free Will or Fate

Afterlife

Seeing the Light

Conclusion

And Finally

About the Author

Endnotes

 

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