To his divided countrymen and a tumultuous world, Thomas Paine offered Common Sense to great effect. For our contemporary discord, however, we need Practical Advice. Here we find more than a dozen groundbreaking yet realistic proposals for creating an efficient, versatile, and wholesome society we can all rally around.
Practical Advice for a Better World is not about politics, government, or partisan attitudes; it is a bid to consider new ideas arising from timeless principles. Each chapter considers a facet of societal infrastructure, reviews its purpose, analyzes its current design, and recommends an agreeable refactorization unlike any rote offering. Every solution is derived with purposeful intention to reach each reader—regardless of age, race, gender, education, origin, walk of life, or preconceptions—and encourage that person to dream that a better world is tangible.