There is no longer such a thing as an American economy, says Robert Reich at the beginning of this brilliant book. What does it mean to be a nation when money, goods, and services know no borders? What skills will be the most valuable in the coming century? An how can our country best ensure that all its citizens have a share in the new global economy? Robert B. Reich, the widely respected and bestselling author of "The Next American Frontier" and "The Resurgent Liberal," defines the real challenge facing the United States in the 21st century in this trail-blazing book. Original, readable, and vastly informed, "The Work of Nations" is certain to set a standard for the next generation of policy-makers.
Written before he worked in the Clinton Administration. I'm sure that it's to his credit as a skillful prognosticator, but most of what is said is old news. Economies without borders, the rich getting richer, and the decline of public investment.