Urban Engagement Book Club: Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few
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Urban Engagement Book Club: Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few

Urban Engagement Book Club: Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few

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Opportunity Center

Bldg #200

1610 S. Malcolm X Blvd

Dallas, TX 75226

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Urban Engagement Book Club

Presented by the CitySquare's External Affairs Department, Urban Engagement is an out of the box way to increase public awareness on issues related to our work and the conditions of those we serve, in order to foster dialogue and ongoing community awareness of key issues.

What kind of book club is the Urban Engagement Book Club? A different kind of book club! You don’t have to read the book!

Join us as Randy Mayeux presents the key content of the selected book each month, with a comprehensive handout of key quotes and key ideas from the book. Then, in conversation with a diverse group of fellow participants, we discuss the implications of the book out of our shared concern for social justice. It is a wonderful, challenging session that always puts us back in touch with the struggles of real people in an increasingly difficult time.

Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few

by: Robert B. Reich

America was once celebrated for and defined by its large and prosperous middle class. Now, this middle class is shrinking, a new oligarchy is rising, and the country faces its greatest wealth disparity in eighty years. Why is the economic system that made America strong suddenly failing us, and how can it be fixed?

Leading political economist and bestselling author Robert B. Reich presents a paradigm-shifting, clear-eyed examination of a political and economic status quo that no longer serves the people, exposing one of the most pernicious obstructions to progress today: the enduring myth of the “free market” when, behind the curtain, it is the powerful alliances between Washington and Wall Street that control the invisible hand. Laying to rest the specious dichotomy between a free market and “big government,” Reich shows that the truly critical choice ahead is between a market organized for broad-based prosperity and one designed to deliver ever more gains to the top. Visionary and acute, Saving Capitalism illuminates the path toward restoring America’s fundamental
promise of opportunity and advancement.

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Opportunity Center

Bldg #200

1610 S. Malcolm X Blvd

Dallas, TX 75226

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