The Good Society: The Humana Agenda
|Author(s)||John Kenneth Galbraith|
|Year Publish||1997 April|
"Common Sense raised to the level of genius" --- The New Yorker
This compact, tightly argued, and eloquent book is the quintessential John Kenneth Galbraith, the manifesto of the "abiding liberal." In defining the characteristics of a good society and creating the blueprint for a workable agenda, Galbraith allows for human weakness without compromising a humane culture, and recognizes barriers that hinder but do not defeat a responsible, stable, and hopeful future.
About The Author:
John Kenneth Galbraith, the Paul M. Warburg Professor of Economics Emeritus at Harvard, has written thirty books spanning four decades.