The State We’re In
Claimed to be the most widely read economics book published in the last fifty years. A polemic about the short-term approaches of the City and the destructive effects of the last Conservative Government. Well argued and convincing – even if you disagree.
The Wealth and Poverty of Nations
In the author’s introductory words: “I thought to trace and understand the main stream of economic advance and modernisation: how we have come to where and what we are, in the sense of making, getting and spending.” To help managers think about what kind of global future they are contributing to.
Just how long it takes to wait for fairness and justice – and the spirit of forgiveness that the rest of us can learn from.
The Penguin Book of 20th Century Protest
Ed Brian MacArthur
“Some people see things as they are and say why? I dream of things that never were and say why not?” George Bernard Shaw. A series of speeches and articles, many short extracts, about significant protest statements – from Jack London to Winston Churchill to Nelson Mandela.
A play and description of what the author learned on a trip to Israel and Palestine about both open and closed minds – and those who have learned and changed.