Andy Stern, the former president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), spent four years traveling the country and asking economists, futurists, labor leaders, CEOs, investment bankers, entrepreneurs, and political leaders to help envision the US economy 25 to 30 years from now. He vividly reports on people who are analyzing and creating this new economy - such as investment banker Steve Berkenfeld; David Cote, the CEO of Honeywell International; and Andy Grove of Intel.
Through these stories, we come to a stark and deeper understanding of the toll technological progress will continue to take on jobs and income and its inevitable effect on tens of millions of people. But there is hope for our economy and future. The foundation of economic prosperity for all Americans, Stern believes, is a universal basic income. The idea of a universal basic income for all Americans is controversial, but American attitudes are shifting. Stern has been a game changer throughout his career, and his next goal is to create a movement that will force the political establishment to take action against something that many on both the right and the left believe is inevitable.
"[Stern] does a solid job of making his case without waxing too wild-eyed...This is a book eminently worth talking about." (Kirkus)
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Fantastic book, content. Well researched. All.
Yes, however, the speaker/reader was really difficult to listen to. too pathetic, so much emphasis on his own performance that it takes away from the book. Reader should not be an artist/performance but the bridge to the listener. And, automatically, you associate the reader to the author to some degree. And I cannot imagine that Andy Stern wants to be associated with this voice/reader...
Post Capitalism by Paul Mason. Although coming from a very different angle there are interesting parallels.
No. Didn't like his voice at all!
- Stephan Nobs
Amazing & Revolutionary
- John Stafford IV