In recent months, spurred by the pandemic, calls have been mounting, from both inside and outside the halls of power, for structural economic reform. Many of these calls assume that the change we need can be achieved at sufficient speed and scale only from the top down. AHA! suggests otherwise. Not otherwise as in instead of, but otherwise as in additional pathways towards the ultimate destinations of health, prosperity and peace. Otherwise as in: In addition to moonshots, we need earthshots.
Don’t just read or steal this book—live it!
AHA! will be part of the canon of the new era that is dawning.
As I stare at the endless stream of societal bewilderment and heartache, and listen to all the wrangling about policy responses and institutional reform, I ponder my place in it all. How can I stand on the right side of history? AHA! inspires and reminds me: All change begins where our feet are planted. This is more than just an alternative economic vision. It is a work of art and a non-ideological manifesto for our times.
A new vision for America and for the world.