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From the PublisherJohn B. Judis The New York Times Book Review A bold and ambitious attempt to remedy the lack of vision that has plagued the American left since the decline of New Deal liberalism....For anyone interested in serious economic and social reform, Greider's effort is worth reading.
Andrew Leonard Salon.com Instead of simply saying capitalism is wrong, Greider is asking us how to make it more right. Above all, he is expressing a profound faith in the American character, in the restless curiosity and endless innovation inherent in the national fiber.
Vincent Boland FT Investor (Financial Times) Greider knows his economics and his markets. He is not an anti-capitalist. This makes his book persuasive.
Barbara Ehrenreich author of Nickel and Dimed What can we do about capitalism? Plenty — is Greider's answer in this beautifully reasoned, visionary book.