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📒What America Needs ✍ Jeffrey Lord
✏What America Needs Book Summary : A book to challenge the status quo, spark a debate, and get people talking about the issues and questions we face as a country!
📒Why America Needs Religion ✍ Guenter Lewy
✏Why America Needs Religion Book Summary : In this trenchant analysis of the moral decline of modern America, Lewy describes the moral crisis caused by secular modernity and points to the role of religiousness as a necessary bulwark against today's social ills.
✏What America Needs to Know about Discrimination in Germany Book Summary :
📒America Needs Indians ✍ Iktomi
✏America Needs Indians Book Summary : Self-published, wide-ranging exploration of Indian culture, and critique of white civilization, by an author of undisclosed identity, let alone ethnicity -- who subtitles his own book, "The World's Worst Book." The book opens with a letter to then-Commissioner of Indian Affairs, John Collier, explaining the genesis and purpose of it, and goes on for over 400 pages of history, polemic, and every other kind of emphatic exposition, to make the author's points -- which largely have to do with recognizing the value of traditional Indian cultures and condemning, baldly, the destruction of them by white society.
📒Why America Needs Socialism ✍ G. S. Griffin
✏Why America Needs Socialism Book Summary : Why Aren't You A Socialist? presents a case for socialism today built on the words and ideas of history's greatest leaders, thinkers, and artists.
📒America Needs Talent ✍ Jamie Merisotis
✏America Needs Talent Book Summary : "This book should be on the desk of every 2016 Presidential candidate." —Anne-Marie Slaughter, President and CEO, New America With falling wages and rising inequality, persistent unemployment, failing schools, and broken cities, have America’s best days come and gone? In America Needs Talent, Jamie Merisotis, a globally recognized leader in philanthropy, higher education, and public policy, explains why talent is needed to usher in a new era of innovation and success, and why deliberate choices must be made by government, the private sector, education, and individuals to grow talent in America. What if you paid for education based on what you actually learned, instead of the time you spent in class? What if your visa application was processed as if you were an asset to our nation’s growing talent pool, instead of by Homeland Security? Merisotis proposes bold ideas to successfully deploy the world’s most talented people—from rethinking higher education to transforming immigration laws, revitalizing urban hubs, and encouraging private sector innovation. The outlook may be gloomy now, but it doesn’t need to be. The second American Century can happen—by developing and deploying the next thinkers, makers, and risk takers who will power America’s knowledge economy in the 21st century.
📒America Needs A Buddhist President ✍ Brett Bevell
✏America Needs a Buddhist President Book Summary : In this bold poetic vision of America under the leadership of a Buddhist president, Brett Bevell’s prophetic voice and Eben Dodd’s simple but elegant line drawings proclaim a radical alternative American dream in the tradition of Buddhism-inspired writers Allen Ginsburg and Jack Kerouac.
📒Why America Needs A Left ✍ Eli Zaretsky
✏Why America Needs a Left Book Summary : The United States today cries out for a robust, self-respecting, intellectually sophisticated left, yet the very idea of a left appears to have been discredited. In this brilliant new book, Eli Zaretsky rethinks the idea by examining three key moments in American history: the Civil War, the New Deal and the range of New Left movements in the 1960s and after including the civil rights movement, the women's movement and gay liberation.In each period, he argues, the active involvement of the left - especially its critical interaction with mainstream liberalism - proved indispensable. American liberalism, as represented by the Democratic Party, is necessarily spineless and ineffective without a left. Correspondingly, without a strong liberal center, the left becomes sectarian, authoritarian, and worse. Written in an accessible way for the general reader and the undergraduate student, this book provides a fresh perspective on American politics and political history. It has often been said that the idea of a left originated in the French Revolution and is distinctively European; Zaretsky argues, by contrast, that America has always had a vibrant and powerful left. And he shows that in those critical moments when the country returns to itself, it is on its left/liberal bases that it comes to feel most at home.
📒More Than A Mile ✍ Nicholas R. Carter
✏More Than a Mile Book Summary : There is a movement growing in America around the idea of Local Food. But the term "Local Food" is inconsistently used and poorly defined. The movements' adherents struggle to find any orthodoxy against which they can test new offers. Can I eat Tyson chicken if I'm an Arkansas resident? Is the chocolate shop local if cocoa is sourced from another continent? And do I betray the tenets of the Local Food movement if I buy organic foods, grown sustainably, in another state? In this book, Nick Carter aims to define a term that has existed loosely in America's vernacular for over a decade. Once we understand the problems that Americans have so desperately hoped that Local Food could solve, we can begin to achieve the solutions that we desperately need.
📒The 4 Solution ✍ The Bush Institute
✏The 4 Solution Book Summary : Foreword by President George W. Bush With contributions from world renowned economists and Nobel prizewinners, The 4% Solution is a blueprint for restoring America’s economic health The United States is reaching a pivotal point in its economic history. Millions of Americans owe more on their homes than they are worth, long-term unemployment is alarmingly high, and the Congressional Budget Office is projecting a sustainable growth rate of only 2.3%—a full percentage point below the average for the past sixty years. Unless a turnaround comes quickly, the United States could be mired in debt for years to come and millions of Americans will be pushed to the sidelines of the economy. The 4% Solution offers clear and unflinching ideas on how to revive America’s economy. It sets a positive economic goal and asks some of the top economic minds on how to achieve it. With a focus on removing government constraints, The 4% Solution defines the policies that will allow Americans to save, invest, and create the jobs that the United States needs. The 4% Solution draws on the best minds in the business, including five Nobel laureates: · Robert E. Lucas, Jr., on the history and future of economic growth · Gary S. Becker on why we need immigrants in order to grow · Edward Prescott on the cost (to growth) of the welfare state · Vernon Smith on why housing leads us into and out of recessions · Myron Scholes on why we need to innovate in order to grow the economy