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The Common Good, by Robert B. Reich is excellent. Relevant and accessible, it offers an insight into the structure of political failures as well as ways to remedy the common ailments so that we may return to, and/or recreate "The Common Good".
In terms of logic, consistency, and clarity, the book is organized in such a way that it intelligently holds the readers' hand through how we got where we are as a nation/planet, and what possible steps we can take to lift what has fallen.
Not enough public knowledge that the book exists. I am ready to read "Saving Capitalism" by the same author.