John Hope Bryant speaks about the need to create a new middle class out of poor people who only need to be taught ways how, who needs to be provided with right tools and procedures they need to follow.
The author didn’t choose word hope accidentally; Bryant at the same time is mentioning hope in the real and metaphorical sense, given that he is founder of non-profit organization that bears that name and successful businessman who grew up in neighborhood full criminal and poverty.
On the pages of his book Bryant succeeds to present in an interesting way how the society itself fails to make life easier for itself – instead of preventing money and information access to poorer people, we should just do the opposite in order to allow these people to get out this same society from the abyss into which it had fallen in recent years. Providing them financial support, fair evaluation of their work and access to mechanisms with which they will be able to improve yourself, that would not only mean help to those people, but also to society as a whole.
And though he chose catchy title to attract the audience of those unfamiliar with his work, John Hope Bryant’s actually shows how poor can help to save the capitalism.