Description Over the past thirty years, the issue of economic inequality has emerged from the backwaters of economics to claim center stage in the political discourse of America and beyond---a change prompted by a troubling fact: numerous measures of income inequality, especially in the United States in the last quarter of the twentieth century, have … Continue reading Book Review “Inequality” James K. Galbraith
This is the real deal. This is straight talk. Shelby tells it like she saw it. She slashes through travel myths with what may as well be the travel-myth Excalibur.
This is the first non-fiction book that I have reviewed on this blog. When I received the review request and read the description, I realized that in many ways this would be a very challenging book for me to read and review. Not because of it's genre, but because of its contents. A few short years ago … Continue reading Reflections After Reading “The Rose”
For anyone who has ever thought about creating a nonprofit or wanted to make the world a little better place, The Women of The Rose, is the place to start. Written from an insider's point of view, the story of this Texas nonprofit serving uninsured women fighting breast during a time when most nonprofits … Continue reading Book Review “The Women of The Rose” Dorothy Gibbons