The World I Imagine by Debbie Jordan is a collection of essays by the author about how to end poverty in the world. Her ideas are certainly interesting. It would be even more interesting if she, or you, or anyone could actually find ways to implement these ideas. The book/writing flows really well and was easy to read, and enjoyable.
About The Book: Peace and poverty cannot coexist. Peace is not merely the absence of conflict. Establishing and maintaining peace will take far more creativity, dedication, and hard work than war ever did. True peace would be much cheaper and far less traumatic than any war, but, to date, no one has been able to pull it off. The essays in this collection introduce creative ideas for ending poverty everywhere, in the hope that humans can finally build a truly peaceful society where everyone enjoys at least the basic benefits of prosperity, for the first time in history.
About The Author: Debbie Jordan’s historical mystery novel is “Lion’s Pride”; she writes a column for the Arizona City “Independent Edition”; and she is writing more novels and essays. Jordan imagines a time when she and other disabled people realize their dreams of being productive citizens in a society where no one lives in poverty and everyone enjoys true peace.
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I received a review copy of this book from PR By The Book.