This book summarizes the consequence of globalization within the confines of our new economy with respect to our daily lives.
Thomas Friedman could learn a lot from Mr. Reich.
Full of meaningful statistics, analysis and insight and surprising entertaining.
Simply one of the best books I have ever read.
Within the first 12 min of this audio book this ?author? blames all the flaws of our (American) society on ?liberals? and the ?intellectual elites?.
Rather odd considering the fact that she:
1. graduated from Yale, Summa Cum Laude.
2. did her graduate studies at Cambridge University.
3. received her J.D. from Stanford University Law School.
4. actually won an Outstanding Intellectual Achievement award.
Oh yeah, she is also a frequent guest on Fox News. Need I say more?
This is a kinder, sweeter, gentler Ann Coulter - but far less entertaining.
Needless to say, don?t take this book seriously.
WARNING TO THE RADICAL RIGHT:
You just may end up loving this big, fat, but certainly not stupid, white man and hating yourself.
An incredibly disturbing portrait of our current President's and former President?s tangled relationship with the families who harbor terrorists.
It is astonishing that such a compromising political situation exits in America. It is perhaps even more shocking that both big media and we the people have let this uncomfortable relationship go unquestioned.
As one would expect, his book sheds a lot of light on the ?War on Terror?, both wars in Iraq and the finances of the USA.
This is a must read for all Americans before voting on November 2.
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