Hem Raj Jain (HRJ) born on July 7, 1945 and the author of "Betrayal of Americanism" published in 2010 in USA, is an Indian citizen and lives in USA with his wife, both as permanent resident. HRJ has three daughters and one son. HRJ is a graduate mechanical engineer (section A&B from The Institute of Engineers) and was in employment for 17 years in blue chip companies in India. HRJ was the proprietor of a small-scale industry and practiced law for ten years in subordinate & high courts of the State of Rajasthan in India.
HRJ has read extensively the economics with especial interest in monetary-economics. HRJ was a senior office bearer (State Secretary) of a 'national political party' (NPP) and contested election for Member of Parliament in 1998 on behalf of this NPP. HRJ was also the president of a trade union, a labor front of this NPP, in the capital of India, Delhi. As a politician, HRJ braved persecution in order to protect the majesty of law and preferred to go to jail in 2006 for 2 months for contempt of court for making a written complaint (without publishing it anywhere) with documentary proof to various constitutional authorities (of executive, legislative and higher judiciary) against judicial corruption & highhandedness. HRJ was also the editor of a weekly Hindi newspaper (a mouth piece of this NPP). HRJ left this NPP in 2003 as there is no party-democracy (organizational election) in this NPP. Presently HRJ is not a member of any political party.
HRJ writes articles / letters, which have been published for the last more than 15 years in national and international media, on political-economic-social-religious issues with the main purpose of mobilizing public opinion across the globe so that it can bring in existence the human-rights friendly ’International Political Parties’ (IPPs), registered at UN, based on “party-democracy, secularism, socialism (private + sovereign / state capital), federalism, globalization and rule of law” along with participatory-philanthropy where people will take care of their health-care and education.