Okay, this is impressive to me. Thomas Piketty's landmark book. "Capital in the 21st Century," has been a global bestseller since it came out. Many have suggested that my new book, "How The Poor Can Save Capitalism," is a positive answer to many of the substantive and important questions raised by French Economicst Thomas Piketty. But to have my book be #6 today, right behind his book, is indeed confirmation of this thought process — that my new book 'answers it.' It is also pretty cool that all this happened while I was in Paris, France, speaking before both OECD Speaker Series, and the LH Forum with Jacques Attali, on the merits of the book.
I am deeply honored by this. A special thank you to all who have supported the continued rise of "How The Poor Can Save Capitalism: Rebuilding the Path to the Middle Class. The Solution for the 100%."
The book is now the only bestselling book in the nation on economics, authored by one of African-American descent.
Thank you all for your support, and notably, my publisher Berrett-Koehler and my friends at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, who recorded and broadcast one of my most interesting and engaging book discussions yet. A thank you as well to all the other friends and supporters around the nation, and now increasingly around the world, that are or have hosted Book Tour Events.
We can make a difference.
Watch the 4-minute movie on How The Poor Can Save Capitalism here.