The Age of Cataclysm (New York: 1974 GP Putnam’s Sons/Berkley Paperback) by Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD & Phillip Herman Liss, PhD
Alfred’s co-author in The Age of Cataclysm, Prof. Phillip Herman Liss, PhD, was a Professor of Experimental Psychology at Rutgers University, as well as a scholar in parapsychology and the study of Extraterrestrials. Phillip Liss was also a Contactee and Abductee of Interdimensional intelligent entities.
The Age of Cataclysm, written and published as part of the 1973 Watergate turmoil [Watergate refers to a specific entrance to the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem], sets out an analysis of the political assassination of John F. Kennedy, the political duopoly of the 2-party system in the United States. Co-Authors Webre & Liss propose a publicly financed debate-based election system in the US, and a new Constitution more along the lines of a collective Executive chosen by proportional representation, rather than the Monarch-like individual Presidency the US Founders fashioned.