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  • Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few | Robert B. Reich

    Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Robert B. Reich
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    In Saving Capitalism, Robert Reich reveals the entrenched cycles of power and influence that have damaged American capitalism, perpetuating a new oligarchy in which the 1 percent get ever richer and the rest - middle and working class alike - lose ever more economic agency, making for the greatest income inequality and wealth disparity since World War II.

    Nothing really matters says: "A riveting economics book! Mind. Blown."
  • Beyond Outrage: What Has Gone Wrong with Our Economy and Our Democracy, and How to Fix Them | Robert B. Reich

    Beyond Outrage: What Has Gone Wrong with Our Economy and Our Democracy, and How to Fix Them

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    Robert B. Reich urges Americans to get beyond mere outrage about the nation’s increasingly concentrated wealth and corrupt politics in order to mobilize and to take back our economy and democracy. Americans can’t rely only on getting good people elected, Reich argues, because nothing positive happens in Washington unless good people outside Washington are organized to help make those things happen after the election. But in order to be effectively mobilized, we need to see the big picture.

    Staceghost says: "A good, quick overview of our troubles"
  • Aftershock: The Next Economy and America’s Future | Robert Reich

    Aftershock: The Next Economy and America’s Future

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    The author of 12 acclaimed books, Robert B. Reich is a Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, and has served in three national administrations. While many blamed Wall Street for the financial meltdown, Aftershock points a finger at a national economy in which wealth is increasingly concentrated at the top - and where a grasping middle class simply does not have the resources to remain viable.

    Chris says: "Very plausible assessment of our economy"
  • Reason: Why Liberals Will Win the Battle for America | Robert B. Reich

    Reason: Why Liberals Will Win the Battle for America

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    From Robert B. Reich, passionate believer in American democracy and public servant, Reason is a guide to confronting and derailing what he sees as the mounting threat to American liberty, prosperity, and security posed by the radical conservatives, Radcons as he calls them.

    Ron Green says: "Reason"
  • The Future of Success | Robert B. Reich

    The Future of Success

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    • By Robert B. Reich
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    The dizzying exuberance of the Internet-driven marketplace offers unprecedented opportunities and an ever-expanding choice of products and jobs. This is a boon to us as consumers, but it's wreaking havoc in the rest of our lives. Using examples from everyday life, Reich delineates what success is coming to mean in our time and suggests how we might create a more balanced society and more satisfying lives.

    Kenneth says: "What you knew, but hadn’t articulated"
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