Different Essays

(They’re Certainly Different)

by Charles Pinwill

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/18/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 542
ISBN : 9781982290085
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About the Book

These are easily the most challenging essays on the planet. Pinwill is an original conceptual thinker with a dry sense of humor and turn of phrase. Whether its politics, national economics, history, theology or money his writing all comes from somewhere different. You’ll need to buy his essays to discover whether you love or hate them. He has even thrown in the first Profit and Loss Account ever done for the United States, and the first Comprehensive Balance Sheet ever done for Australia, to show us that he is not just a pretty face and a comedian. His “Mongrel Dog” articles are all at the expense of politicians. His pieces on money leave all bankers’ ears burning. He proves with very scholarly accounts that modern nations are profitable, and suggests that the profit might be distributed as a National Dividend rather than a National Debt. Yes, he certainly comes from another place and is going to a different one as well. Walk with him for a mile and you will feel the seductive attraction of his destination.

About the Author

Charles Pinwill is an Australian essayist with a difference. He favours subject areas in which he can offer a unique and different “take” on the subject, and introduce his readers to the unfamiliar. He addresses a wide range of areas including history, the environment, economics, money, family, politics and humour in a total of 100 essays. His friends say of him that he is a “conceptual thinker” meaning that he is normally to be found “outside of the box”. Have a quick peek at some of his single page pieces and you’ll see what we mean about him. Challenging ideas presented with dry humour throughout. Charles is the editor of a monthly journal, the back issues of which can be viewed at www.thenewstart.online/page/journals