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Another fallacy includes claims that MBA programs teach corporate greed but not corporate ethics (43).
This book is meant to inspire, and the author does a terrific job of making sure that throughout you "see" with real-life examples of how things can change.
The messages are very real, and very useful, and if more people followed the advice presented in this book, we would all be living in a better world.
A wake-up to complacent Americans who still think we're number one. Jim tells it like it is in down to earth terms.Published 21 months ago by Dave Cox Or Cox
Jim Hightower looks at successful businesses that work to adequately reward the producers in creating and selling quality products. Read morePublished on April 11, 2012 by D Paul
I've always admired Jim Hightower and his home-spun, old-fashioned populism. Unlike his fellow Texan Ross Perot, his rage against the machine rhetoric seems grounded in a sincere... Read morePublished on August 30, 2010 by Michael K. Beusch
Well, we can't all be an oil CEO making $28,000 and hour (p. 158). That is just as well. The world already has a plethora of Visigoths. Read morePublished on May 18, 2010 by C. Wagner
Considering the dysfunction in Washington these days and the pollution of our waterways it's not clear that there is a current that a dead fish could go with. Read morePublished on February 25, 2010 by Dennis Littrell
Love the book. Informative and easy to read. References and foot notes are provided. Great book for anyone interested in politics, economics.Published on January 17, 2010 by L. Rael
I used to listen to Hightower on my local NPR station. Now I turn the radio off as soon as I hear his accusatory voice. The man has never created a straw man he didn't like. Read morePublished on November 12, 2009 by Tom Randall
In a world in which our economy and our lives seem to be controlled largely by the decisions of corporations, it is refreshing to hear about regular people working in a way that is... Read morePublished on October 23, 2009 by J. Oaks
After Molly Ivens checked out, Jim Hightower is (in my opinion) the best progressive writer going! This book is full of neat organizations and people I'd never heard of before. Read morePublished on April 4, 2009 by Joseph Mitchener