While you cannot fix stupid, you can at least minimize its effect. This book describes the logic behind such arguments and goes to apply that thinking to a variety of social and economic problems which currently plague our society in the hope that someone who reads this book also has the authority and ability to implement these solutions and in doing so raise the quality of life for all.
on Feb. 13, 2016 :
An eye-opener. It changed my mind on a number of my beliefs. Real out-of-the-box thinking. The author is right about if someone is telling you what is best for you, there is probably something in it for them and it probably is not what is best for you. Reminds my of Phillip Howard's book "Death of Common Sense." Worth the time to read.
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on Feb. 9, 2016 :
I hear what he is saying. These arguments, examples, and ideas are not what I would call higher level. This essay might help somebody out there, but it didn't help me mainly because this fella is playing checkers, not chess. Still, his writing and premise are a good start. I hope he continues to sharpen his tools and develop some bigger weapons. In writing this review I feel like Morpheus talking to Neo in the dojo. This writer is still lacking something based on what I read here.