JF Ptak Science Books
Squidward: What's that horrible smell?! [sees steam coming out of SpongeBob's window] Is Patrick thinking again?
Patrick: [sticking his head out of the window] I'm making art!
Squidward: Patrick, it smells like something crawled into your brain and died!
Patrick: That's the creative process at work!
This is one of those pamphlets with a title that goes on and on, and on, and pretty much tells you everything that there is about the work, and perhaps a little more. It is in the fine tradition of The Era of Enormous Book Titles that was so not-uncommon in the 17th c and Western Dime Novels from the turn of the century. This "newer democracy" really didn't have so much to do with "math" than it did with God being a mathematician, though not invoking much math, per se. I'm not getting into the content very much because it really isn't worthwhile---and unfortunately the pamphlet is not illustrated. But it has a great title and cover, and is also a new entry in the "-ocracy" contingent, including the far more well-known "Technocracy" and the as-obscure "Humanocracy", among others. (Aha! I am reminded of an anti-FDR pamphlet called NewDealOcracy that was a fascist something or other...)