Readers who enjoy the clear thinking and pithy prose of The Economist
are those most likely to enjoy reading The Fourth Revolution
by John Micklethwait and Adrian Woolridge. The authors tackle the question of the role of the state and affirm the importance of a well-run state. They propose that innovation can reform those parts of the state that are dysfunctional, and restore the value that all citizens receive. If there’s only one public policy book you read this year, make it this one.
(I love it)
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