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Dr. O'Lalor is the author of A The Never Realized Republic: Political Economy and Republican Virtue, and Shrouded in Mist: Physics and the Archaic Symbology of Metaphysics.





He also has interviewed on other shows, including Chicago's Mancow. Although the interview seemed to drone on, referencing both The Never Realized Republic and the The History of Virtue and Corruption, it was yet, amidst the roar of Chicago's rush hour, that one final attention grabbing statement, which seemed to "finally" excite the Host, as he exclaimed, "You heard it here first, when elected, the President has two choices, create an atmosphere of fear and anxiety, or one of social progress." How and why is another matter but is explained fully in both books.





As one reviewer stated, regarding The Never Realized Republic, "[He]... weaves together elements of, ancient and modern history, economics, philosophy, religion and education." This was also true as a Liberal Arts Professor, Author, and radio host. Dr. O'Lalor was the creator and host of World Wide Wisdom Radio, (Retired). World Wide Wisdom Radio was listened to in sixty-four countries.
Link to Live Talk Radio, (Recorded Interview), for Shrouded in Mist, below at: the website below.





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