CUBES is the book every citizen of the United States of America must read. It will be of special interest to teachers and students of Political Science, Sociology, Human Relations, Psychology, the Science of Violence, and other important subjects related to life in these United States.
CUBES' main setting is the cubicle of a call center, which serves simultaneously as a place of work and a prison, where a myriad of issues of importance and relevance in today’s United States of America is addressed through a broad spectrum of discourse, ranging from light-hearted and comedic to thought-provoking and introspective. CUBES is not a condemnation, but a stimulation for thought and review. The author challenges readers to reevaluate their lives, their beliefs, and the role they play in these United States of America.
CUBES delves into the plight of the Indigenous Peoples of America, Slavery, the suppression of the middle-class by Corporate-USA and the Rich, student loans, the state of Mental Health treatment, the high cost of Medical Care, the Pandemic and vaccination, the Abuse of Freedom and the use of the Constitution, extremism, the Deterioration of Society, rising violence, Immigration and the role of the USA in its origin, the Wars of Central America, the Revolution in Cuba, Politics, the abuse of employees, Unionism and Democratic Socialism, the role of Advertising in wasteful spending. There are many other topics, even Poetry and a Prince, all set within the framework of the CUBE, the workplace prison. Also included in CUBES is a foreword by Fayemarie Anderson-Carter MA.