Chairman Mao couldn't have written it better himself. This is a fairly informative book, but almost every event Mr. Jacques discusses over the past 150 years is so obviously biased in China's favor, it makes this book hard to accept as credible. The author should have the book published in Mandarin. It would give the Chinese people, who Mr. Jacques says so justly resent us, something to cheer about. This is just one example: Jacques states there are kess than 30 million people living in poverty in China. Yet he doesn't explain that they measure poverty as those living on less than $1.25 per day, and that there are over 468 million living on less than $2.00 per day. The books is full of these slanted statements and ommissions of inconvenient facts. If you are looking for a good
Saying something substantive.
Providing what the book advertises: The next great trend
Performance was fine, the content was non-existent.
I would cut the book.
His secret "next great trend" that you will pay 6.00 to hear is: LIFE INSURANCE :) It may be a good field for employment, but "The Next Great Trend (i.e. the personal computer, the internet, etc...), come on.
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