As thorough as the writers are in presenting the various players and factors that have contributed to the recession and a growing divide between the rich and the poor in America, their suggested solution is far less realistic (if such a term even applies to such an unusual project as this). It calls for the masses to rise up in revolt - not to carry out a coup, but merely to reject the greedy machinations of various aspects of the establishment. Given what's transpired in the United States over the past decade, I just don't know if the Will of the People is what it used to be anymore. I think people will accept change and reject corruption, but the majority doesn't seem to demand it on its own. It takes leadership - politicians willing to ignore well-organized, vocal views of a minority, to ignore polls and pundits. America and other western countries are shackled by political systems that are always focused on re-election rather than representation, on wars of words rather than the we Read Full Review
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