My new bestselling book, How The Poor Can Save Capitalism, has attracted attention far and wide for its ideas, its ideals, its practical yet bold approach, and for the solutions it brings to problems and challenges many thought unsolvable.
As I say in the opening for the book itself, “this book focuses on the challenges and, more important, the economic opportunity for America. Not opportunity for the 99 percent or the 1 percent but opportunity for the 100 percent that makes up our collective whole and our strength as a nation. By extension, I hope to inspire a generation of leaders, here and around the world, to act on things they might have previously thought unsolvable." I continue, saying, "we step into a minefield of perspective and controversy when we say we set out to radically reimagine the solution to poverty. And we go even further when we seek to redefine our collective understanding of poverty itself. This book is meant to be bold, to turn so-called social and societal norms on their heads.”
While this new book has only debuted June 2nd, 2014, or just about one month ago, it has already become a bestseller for Apple iBooks and hardcover books, and more than 40 media interviews have been secured to date, including television news, cable, radio and prominent print.
We would like to believe that not only is the best to come for this new and important book, but that we can spark a movement along the way. America, and the world, really is in need of something new. With How The poor Can Save Capitalism, we hope to deliver The Memo to a new generation.
But ultimately, you, the reader, will be the judge.
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