From The Best Selling Author Of Saving Capitalism And The Work Of Nations, A Passionate, Clear Eyed Manifesto On Why We Must Restore The Idea Of The Common Good To The Center Of Our Economics And Politics.With The Warmth And Lucidity That Have Made Him One Of Our Most Important Public Voices, Robert B Reich Makes The Case For A Generous, Inclusive Understanding Of The American Project, Centering On The Moral Obligations Of Citizenship Rooting His Argument In Everyday Reality And Common Sense, Reich Demonstrates The Existence Of A Common Good, And Argues That It Is This That Defines A Society Or A Nation Societies And Nations Undergo Virtuous Cycles That Reinforce And Build The Common Good, As Well As Vicious Cycles That Undermine It Over The Course Of The Past Five Decades, Reich Contends, America Has Been In A Slowly Accelerating Vicious Cycle One That Can And Must Be Reversed But First We Need To Weigh What Really Matters, And How We As A Country Should Relate To Honor, Shame, Patriotism, Truth, And The Meaning Of Leadership.Powerful, Urgent, And Utterly Vital, This Is A Heartfelt Missive From One Of Our Foremost Political Thinkers A Fundamental Statement About The Purpose Of Society And A Cri De Coeur To Save America S Soul.
Robert Bernard Reich is an American politician, academic, and political commentator He served as Secretary of Labor under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1997 Reich is a former Harvard University professor and the former Maurice B Hexter Professor of Social and Economic Policy at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University He is currently a professor at the Un
- 208 pages
- The Common Good
- Robert B. Reich
- 13 September 2018 Robert B. Reich