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"It's been a long time since I've read a more interesting, informing, and inspiring book than The Leaderless Revolution." -Bill Moyers What can we do beyond Occupy Wall Street? Political and economic systems are failing us, and it's time for citizens to create change-individually and collaboratively. In The Leaderless Revolution, Carne Ross sounds a call to action. With dramatic stories from the United States and around the world, Ross's analysis contrasts with the na´ve, Panglossian optimism of globalization boosters like Thomas Friedman. Uncontrolled economic volatility, perpetual insecurity, rampant inequality, and accelerating climate change are heading us into a dangerous period of prolonged crisis. Ross-a former British diplomat to Iraq who resigned over his nation's involvement in the U.S.-led invasion-draws from his own experiences to offer an empowering new vision of how we can put things right.
Carne Ross lives in New York City.