From the best-selling authors of The Right Nation, a visionary argument that our current crisis in government is nothing less than the fourth radical transition in the history of the nation-state. Dysfunctional government: It' s become a cliché, and most of us are resigned to the fact that nothing is ever going to change. As John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge show us, that is a seriously limited view of things. In fact, there have been three great revolutions in government in the history of the modern world.
"A Needed Book For the Times, but . . . ."
In The Company, the largely unknown history of the joint-stock company is presented by the editors of Economist. One of history's greatest catalysts, the joint-stock company has dramatically changed the way human beings live, work, and conduct business. With companies now affecting the world on a global scale, it is more pressing than ever before to understand this driving force.
"unique history with a unique perspective"
Tonight on the program, John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News discusses his interview with President Vladimir Putin.
We conclude with Fareed Zakaria host of CNN’s Sunday foreign policy program, GPS. He recently sat down for an interview with President Obama ahead of the President’s final visit to Asia.
Tonight on the program, a discussion about the aftermath of the shootings last Thursday night in Dallas with Manny Fernandez, Houston Bureau Chief of the New York Times.
We continue with Charles Blow, New York Times op-ed columnist and a contributor to CNN.
Next, an update on British politics with John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief of Bloomberg.
We conclude with a look at the Juno spacecraft with Darrick Pitts of the Franklin Institute, Lauren Grush of The Verge, and Miriam Kramer of Mashable.