If you care about the future (I think that would be most of us) read this book. I can't believe there isn't a long list of library patrons waiting to get their hands on a copy.
This author does an excellent job analyzing the problem of diminishing job prospects. His exploration leads the reader to consider the possibility of establishing a basic income for all.
Many Americans are being left behind.... even those with grad degrees. We need books like this to explore and argue for bold solutions.
Incidentally, most of this book's content is highly relevant to those in other countries, including Canada.
I am not 100% in Andy Stern's corner - - I agree with much of what he says, but tremendously fault him for supporting the anti-workers' rights guy, Barack Obama, for president. [My justification for describing President Obama as such: he was anti-Brexit - - a postive for workers' rights in the UK, pro-TPP - - a negative fore workers' rights in America and elsewhere, and he publicly applauded the mass firing of ALL the teachers in a Chicago public high school, for the alleged poor performance of only several of them [this was an excuse to privatize the school]. He also supports charter schools which will seriously hamper the teaching profession, where the majority of Black-American woman professionals are to be found.
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