What will you learn?
- • The effects of good management
- • People are not prone to risk
- • The earthquake in politics
No matter the country, the middle class constitutes the majority of voters and is involved in the country’s politics to a large extent. Unlike others, political calamities require a lengthier period before the general population can spot them and taste the repercussions. In the world of politics, responding to long-term risks should represent the embodiment of competence, but that’s not usually the case. According to many on the left wing, Trump’s administration embraced short-sighted policies and neglected some serious long-term problems. Is this classic political propaganda, or is it the real deal? It’s up to you to assess the predicament. In “The Fifth Risk,” Michael Lewis zooms in on the institutional and federal spending programs that require of an overhaul. It’s understandable why most people believe that bureaucracy should have its power reduced or – at least – closely monitored. Let’s dive right in.
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