It is deliciously ingenious and a lot of fun and breaths much needed new life into a predictable and hackneyed genre.
99 To 1: How Wealth Inequality Is Wrecking The World And What We Can Do About It, by Chuck Collins, helps readers gain a mastery over the practical politics of attacking inequality.
The work was just as dangerous and just as difficult as before, but the pay and benefits were considerably less.
Wendell Potter, a former top health insurance public relations executive, warned the Senate committee overseeing health care reform not to believe a word insurance companies said.
What would you find if you had to take your children and a few assorted people down into the sewer to live?
Everything about this "real life high school" movie is tragic and miserable. The students are clinging to the edges of teenage life, the teachers are losing their minds, and the principal is getting divorced and fired.
The Hunger Games is more than a teen movie, more than a pointless American rehash of the Japanese cult favorite Battle Royale. It's a larger story of oppression and rebellion.
All of these communities have felt the impact and hardships of the city's re-zoning and development laws.
As you turn the pages of this outstanding work, it is clear that it was complied with the same love, spirit, and determination that fueled the protests themselves.
Sachs is particularly good at showing where productive value from work is going.