Margaret Heffernan argues that the biggest threats and dangers we face are the ones we don't see - not because they're secret or invisible, but because we're willfully blind. A distinguished businesswoman and writer, she examines the phenomenon and traces its imprint in our private and working lives, and within governments and organizations, and asks: What makes us prefer ignorance? What are we so afraid of? Why do some people see more than others? And how can we change?
The book got of to a good start, but the second gave was dull and redundant. The book should have ended about half way. Plus, I felt that some of the authors opinions were "willfully blind" thus making her analysis hypocritical.