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Our Two Societies takes the listener on a journey through a childhood spent in a deteriorating Detroit, Michigan, and a young adult life spent in a vibrant Japan only to rediscover two societies in America.
As the cover illustrates, impoverished laborers and enslaved laborers of America’s southern society shared commonalities and cultural attributes that were not shared by those in America’s northern society. The same cultural attributes that led to success or failure in our past will produce similar results in the future. The author uses his life as a platform to highlight self-imposed social and cultural barriers that hinder successful participation in a free market society and how these barriers will leave segments of our society devastatingly ill-prepared for a future heavily reliant on A.I. and automation.
You’ll feel as if you’re right alongside the author as he encounters the ills and pitfalls awaiting him in one of these societies. You will also feel inspired as he embraces the possibilities awaiting him and everyone else in the other society. 
If you are looking for a thought-provoking great story to listen to and then share look no further.  
©2017 Andre Davis (P)2018 Andre Davis
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