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Doctor Sleep lBefore you read this book read the author s bio For someone who is so critical of elites hiding in their hobbit holes he waits until the acknowledgments section at the end toet you know that he is one of them I found this incredibly bizarre He says the reason is because he didn t want to make the book about him but at the same time he states The best way to know about a problem is to be a part of it I think the premise of the work would have been infinitely powerful had he started by being transparent with his insider out perspective He has no problems criticizing Bill Clinton Karma's A Sexy Bitch: Choose Your Own Erotic Fantasy Adventure later in the book for not understanding people sack of trust with elites yet how does he expect to gain that trust himself from readers by not owning his own privilege from the onsetHe states the purpose of his book is among other things a debate with my friends It is a Mythological Beasts Turned Me Gay: Three Book Collection: (Mythology Erotica) letter written withove and concern to people whom I see yielding to a new Faith many of whom I know to be decent This makes him sound This All Encompassing Trip: Chasing Pearl Jam Around The World like Darren Walker one of the examples of the do gooders by doing well he gives in his analysis Walker is an African American who managed to climb the socialadder and now collaborates with MarketWorld and its elites in an effort to create positive change He does this by catering to their sensibilities balancing his own ideals of social justice which reuire acknowledgment of the elite s complicity in the global problem of ineuality with the gentler Scouts language of opportunity and win wins for all which soothe the rich man s conscience and his entrepreneurial interestsGiridharadas spends his book criticizing Darren Walker Amy Cuddy and others for trying to catch flies with honey than vinegar but then thought he would be effective by writing them a book He does this knowing that that one of the elites he writes about Simon Sinek doesn t even read but rather has other people read for him To be fair Sinek has aearning disability but still Know your audience dude I really started to The Organ Grinders lose my patience when a uote from Audre Lorde got juxta positioned next to a uote from Donald Trump at the beginning of chapter 5 That s just blasphemy The chapter is titled Arsonists make the best firefighters and focuses on Sean Hinton a former adviser to Goldman Sachs and Rio Tinto whoong ago studied ove songs in Mongolia Hinton seems to sense some of the cognitive dissonance between his participation in the system and his internal criticism of it Ultimately though he believes his values are personal and separate from the job he is hired to do End chapter So arsonists don t make the best fire fighters Therefore you don t make the best fire fighter Mr Writer Then I got to chapter 7 and was met with BillHillary conflation and Bernie proselytizing and criticism of globalists a term that I only hear used in creepy faralt right Nazi circles on the Internet to explain their conspiracy theories about people on the eft It s not that there isn t The Complete Idiot's Guide to Detoxing Your Body legitimate criticism in this chapter of the politicaleft s failing to advocate for government s role and instead pandering to capitalist philanthropists and corporate sponsors That s totally valid But the author spends almost 50 pages taking folks Silver in the Wood like Bill Clinton to town for his complicity Meanwhile George Bush gets called out once maybe twice the whole book for dick things his administration didike enabling the Sackler s Oxycotin induced opium epidemic and Donald Trump actually gets credit for understanding the anger the masses feel toward elites What is the reasoning here Try and get the rich people who aren t just flat out malicious and evil to see how they are also problematic Is this book ike A Christmas Carol meant to serve as the ghosts of Past Present and Future for the Ebenezer Scrooges of the world to be persuaded by it In addition to who is this book for exactly one of my other major complaints is how the elite becomes interchangeable with MarketWorld a term encapsulating a blurry entity of rich people who mean well but are too afraid to confront the real problem of ineuality and their involvement in it There s really no distinguishing between them other than they re all rich and they are okay people who care at east to some extent The political divide between them eft or right isn t ever really explored and eventually becomes irrelevant To me THAT is a gross oversight Because yes George Soros and Bill Clinton may be misguided in their good intentions but what about the Koch Bros You compare the elite on the eft vs the elite on the right you have folks that at The Second Cure least feel aittle bit guilty that there s ineuality vs folks who are beyond the comical caricature of Mr Burns and totally okay with pouring their money into the new Nazi world order Some winners #Are Worse Than Others Okay #worse than others okay some winners have money than others A Essential Andhra Cookbook: With Hyderabadi and Telengana Specialities lot of the big BIG winners are old white dudes on the right sincerely invested in harming everyday people not Oprah That needs to be acknowledged Giridharadas fails to do that Honestly when I picked up this book I thought I would sail through itike a ship on a breezy day over a sea of populist rage Instead it was grueling slogging read one in which I earned way about just how oblivious and ignorant the upper class really is than I ever wanted or needed to know I also earned just how obstinately committed this same elite group is in refusing to acknowledge their complicity andor using the power they have co opted to make the changes necessary to redistribute wealth for the betterment of society The I read the hopeless I felt for the futureIf this guy can t convince his own buddies at McKinsey and the Aspen Institute to Eagle's Gate listen to him then what is the point of his book According to Giridharadas it is also aetter to the public urging them to reclaim world changing from those who have co opted it Oh so now it s on everyone else again to fix things CoolTo his credit in the World War Z. La guerra mondiale degli zombi last chapter Giridharadas brings in Chiara Cordelli a scholar in political science who has a solution that MarketWorlders return against their instincts and even perhaps against their interests to politics as the place we go to shape the world Going back to politics means restoring the power of political institutions such asaws courts taxes rights etcThe real uestion then is How do we do that restoring power to our political institutions our democracy when the elite have invested so much money into undermining those political institutions Especially now that we are seriously on the brink of the collapse of western democracy Is the damage too far done Giridharadas is right that the wealthy need to stop ooking at themselves as the saviors of the world and acknowledge their hand in the problem But counting on everyday people to read his book and re claim world changing is so vague and unhelpful People are already doing that Consider the Women s March Black Lives Matter March for Our Lives Families Belong Together These weren t protests ed by #Paid George Soros Lackeys These Were Real Angry People In #George Soros Who Is Muhammad Ali? lackeys These were real angry people in American public rallying and crying out against horrible injustices They were exercising their right to free speech and to assembly They were grasping onto theast vestiges of democratic power they had as non billionaires It s Cordelli the political scientist Giridharadas cites who ultimately offers the most promising solution She suggests that elites are going to have to be the ones to stop making foundations or charities to name after themselves and seriously re invest their undeserved wealth into public institutions climb down the social Don't Worry, Eat Cake: A Coloring Book to Help You Feel a Little Bit Better about Everything ladder rejoin the ranks of the majority of people in society so that the rest of us can start having a say for ourselves again Giridharadas seems to agree with that otherwise he wouldn t have saved her forast and uoted her so thoroughly but that means his expose is really just a depressing detailed depiction about how greedy and willfully ignorant rich people are I already knew that dude Sometimes the best way to know about a problem isn t to be a part of it but rather to be a victim of it Then the problem persists because the perpetrators aren t istening to the victims So I say to Giridharadas since you re in the club sounds ike you need to have some tougher conversations with your friends to get them to start istening otherwise the world is going to be facing uglier alternatives to the one Cordelli is proposing Winners Take All is the hardest book I have ever read Not because it was inaccessible or esoteric but because it forced a ong overdue ook in the mirror Being in the tech industry I ve been swept

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in thought eadership heroic philanthropy the promise of innovation to impact ives at scale For a moment I was becoming convinced that maybe the market place was in fact the best place to solve our social ills Maybe the right combination of philanthropies and An insider's groundbreaking investigation of how the global elite's efforts to change the world preserve the status uo and obscure their role in causing the problems they ater seek to solveFormer New York Times columnist Anand Giridharadas takes us into the inner sanctums of a new gilded age where the rich and powerful fight for euality and justice any way they can except ways that threaten the social order and their position atop it We Winners Take AllUch numericallyor in a data oriented way to show a arger trend but I think that wasn t the purpose of the book so it didn t bother me as much as some of the people who didn t ike the book I do think it can be repetitious and just hits on one theme over and over again through a The Ancient Greeks: Ten Ways They Shaped the Modern World lot of interviewsanecdotes so avoid this if that s not what you reooking for I do think it s important though for pointing out the hypocrisy inherent in a ot of the giving back rich people do I also don t see why the author should have to provide solutions because I do think it s a hard complex problem Like I think there is a place for books that just point out and describe a problem that exists it doesn t have to be prescriptive Anyways personally I really enjoyed it but I have my own biases and ideology so take what I say with a grain of salt This is another book recommended to me by Richard In many ways this is a similar and perhaps an even better book than Small Change Why business won t save the world by Michael Edwards Under my review of that book Jan Maat mentions Andrew Carnegie and he gets uite a run in this book although I wouldn t be able to say he comes out of that ooking particularly good In fact he is presented as Jan Maat says as the classic case of what philanthropists are ike Their point is to not pay their workers too much given workers will only ikely spend it on wine women and song so it is much better to keep most of the money for yourself and then distribute it properly and rationally according to a rational plan involving various tributes named after yourself In the interests of full disclosure I have to admit that I m not particularly fond of the third economy or philanthropy generally and I would ban charities and replace them with government run welfare funded by higher rates of taxation I ve never had too much trouble understanding the preferences of my fellow Irishman Oscar Wilde around the nature of charity He made it abundantly clear that charity is an evil than a virtue despite the King James Bible s And though I have the gift of prophecy and understand all mysteries and all knowledge and though I have all faith so that I could remove mountains and have not charity I am nothing As Wilde says Charity they those in receipt of it feel to be a ridiculously inadeuate mode of partial restitution or a sentimental dole usually accompanied by some impertinent attempt on the part of the sentimentalist to tyrannise over their private ives As you see nothing ever changes charity still remains a gift and is distributed according to the morality of those giving It is soul crushing and debasing of our common humanity for both the giver and receiverEdwards book is good since it focuses on the uestion of the extent to which the skills of business people match those necessary to address social problems such as urban poverty the achievement gap in schools drug addiction and so on Given that these are mostly social issues reuiring community solutions and the philanthropists are mostly skilled in providing market solutions to all problems there is a clear disconnectThis book is better because while Edwards does note that those able to act as philanthropists are also those who have made their fortunes benefiting from a system that has played no small part in the creation and existence of social problems in the first place this book goes further in making the extent of this clear So that the employment practices of the companies such philanthropists make their money in that slash wages eliminate benefits and increase the precarity of employment are highlighted as causal to many of the problems these charities then seek to fix The uestion is raised as to whether or not charities do harm than good it is too easy to think well charities might not be perfect but they are better than nothing at all and anyway isn t it better that the rich do something for the poor It isn t at all clear that philanthropists do good than harm In fact to the extent that charities are used to cover the built in failings of the system and are run by people who depend on how the system is currently set up for their wealth that is people east Paper Crafts Magazine: Joy of Card Making (Leisure Arts likely to want to change those aspects of the system all that such charity isikely to achieve is to sate the consciences of those who will otherwise fight tooth and nail to perpetuate the injustices of the current world All of this is extensively documented hereSince the end of the 1970s we have seen a shift away from a welfare state where the poor had rights to assistance rather than being forced to become mendicants for crumbs and where social ineuality was not at its astronomical Path to Sanity: Lessons from Ancient Holy Counselors on How to Have A Sound Mind levels we are witnessing today The market has been presented as the sole solution to all problems and this has exacerbated the problems rather than fixed them The uestion raised here is where is this allikely to end The movement towards greater ineuality with higher Undiluted: Rediscovering the Radical Message of Jesus levels of precarity for everarger sections of the population seem increasingly inevitable given the free market policies pursued by both sides of politics in the US and across the West A Rudram in Tamil large part of the end of this book focuses on Bill Clinton s efforts to open and of the US economy to market forces both as president and through his institute aftereaving power this attitude is certainly not imited to the US However the election of Trump and the move towards authoritarian eaders internationally seems to be a conseuence of this the market is the answer belief system This book is an interesting read it follows a number of people who want to do good but are convinced as is the universal prejudice of our age that if you are to KaBOOM!: One Entrepreneur's Quest to Build Community SAVE PLAY! learn how to do good you mustearn your skills in a global accounting firm because being able to apply the ogic and practices of such firms is presented as the only path to addressing all issues This is also the ogic of organisations such as the Teach for movement Again too often market solutions eave no room for community solutions that is these market solutions are imposed on communities rather than with them As such they are all too rarely successfulI would recommend this book I feel a storm is coming To uote another Irishman And I say to my people s masters Beware Beware of the thing that is coming beware of the risen peopleWho shall take what ye would not give Did ye think to conuer the people or that aw is stronger than Who on God's Earth do you 'think' you are?: A true story about TRANSCENDING the ILLUSION of SEPARATION life And than men s desire to be free We will try it out with you ye that have harried and held Ye that have bullied and bribed Tyrants hypocritesiars From The Rebel Patrick Pearse Very mixed feelings about this book I iked some parts too much to give a ow rating disliked other parts too much to give a high rating and don t feel those should average outWhile I was reading I was considering a criticism that this book is ultimately not engaged in critical thought but is just another thought Mesagerul leader simply for a different demographic But it doesn t entirely fall into this trap and it isn t shallow or vapid There are definitely pieces that were solidYet I still feelike this book s project is fundamentally flawed I don t think someone who started out disbelieving in the book s premise would be convinced nor does the book seem to even attempt to convince them agreement with central tenets is presumed As someone favorably inclined toward the premise I was hoping for a rigorous analysis of the issue that would deepen my understanding of the subject I didn t get that as much as I
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likeFor example the criticism of family that made their wealth via OxyContin was exactly along the Judy Blume: Fearless Storyteller for Teens lines I wanted Direct empirical analysis of their impacts on both sides which in my mind is a serious criticism of their philanthropic efforts that undermines all their rhetoric I d have preferred a whole chapter devoted to it but I enjoyed that segmentBut many other segments don t engage on thatevel For example criticizing business executives who reduce Indian economics to a market chain seems promising but there s no analysis just throwing out hypotheticals that might undermine their position Those are uestions with real answers that would be a far stronger response so why bring them up without getting into the facts of the situationNow a book doesn t need to be empirical analysis there s a place for simply expressing ideas For example I was fascinated by the section about early objections to Carnegie s philanthropy But as much as some parts were interesting I feel ike a book with an aggressive needs to present a #high degree of either novelty or rigor and this book didn t #degree of novelty or rigor and this book didn t all the way with eitherI d be favorable inclined toward its attempt if not for my ast problem with the book the tendency to smugly contradict interviewees in the text itself instead of raising those objections to their face and recording their response. ImityGiridharadas asks hard uestions Why for example should our gravest problems be solved by the unelected upper crust instead of the public institutions it erodes by obbying and dodging taxes He also points toward an answer Rather than rely on scraps from the winners we must take on the grueling democratic work of building robust egalitarian institutions and truly changing the world A call to action for elites and everyday citizens alik. ,

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Echnology could fix most of our biggest issues With each page I slowly realized the Jimmy: The Terrorist lie I was telling myself to justify my newfound privilege in society I saw myself in the story of Hilary Cohen a young idealistic college grad swept by corporate furor over a desire to change the world and make impact at scale through the marketplace I rationalized momentarily selling out with the promise of building skills so one day I may be better suited to truly make the impact I desired in the public sector I could have my cake and eat it tooI saw myself in the story of Darren Walker the philanthropist who against all odds went from poverty to riches We share the same central uestions How do you reconcile the incompatible identity transition from a poor upbringing to another of riches and opportunity How do you navigate the new elite social circlesife throws you in Am I too comfortable in my newfound privilegeHow do you respond to the uncomfortable cooing and admiration Look at Cesar Why can t they all be How to Live the James Bond Lifestyle: The Complete Seminar like him He had a single mother He put himself through school Even the most well meaning do not understand the selfish ways we contribute to a society where we increasingly make storiesike mine and Darren s impossible to continue to emerge The argest or most freuent donors to charity won t change the fact that for my story to emerge again the stars would need to align yet again but in a unlikely way When you join the club of winners in society and you champion causes that ignore the fundamental structures and systems in place that ed to your victory you become complicit in the oppression that makes your success possible The slaveholder who would rather treat his property with ove and care instead of working to ive in a free world was every bit as complicit as the most brutal slaveowners True progress demands a sacrifice of privilege and powerThose of us who ride the wave of prosperity have a responsibility to think of the people for whom this change systemically fails We have a shared moral obligation and commitment to the public good My promise to the world is to never Heads of the Colored People lose sight of that This is an excellent book and a must read It s also totally readable and even uite funny at times And it s the kind of book that you keep bringing up in conversation and then trailing off and saying you just really have to read this book The oversimplified thesis is that you can t use the master s tools to break down his house I hope this book is widely read and circulated Did you watch Zuckerberg testify before the Senate committees about Facebook and the 2018 election Were you struck by how blithely unrepentant he seemed how convinced that his titanic poorly monitored data base which he habitually describes as a community is an unalloyed benefit to us all Facebook was not originally created to be a company Zuckerberg claims It was built to accomplish a social mission to make the world open and connected So how is it that a billionaireike Zuckerberg can presume to appear so smugly virtuous Although a few reasons come immediately to my mind a poorly chosen defense strategy the habitual arrogance of wealth some personality or character defect I believe the truer explanation is universal It ies in the philosophical attitude toward wealth and social change of all the Silicon Valley billionaires which is shared in arge part by the Wall StreetClinton Foundation crowd too Such people inhabit a distinct intellectual universe and an excellent way to earn about their world is to read Winners Take All the Elite Charade of Changing the World by Anand GiridhardasGiridhardas calls this universe MarketWorld and he encountered it up close and personal when in 2011 he was chosen as a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute an organization of eaders that seeks to deploy a new breed of eaders against the world s most intractable problems It involved an inspiring series of one week seminars held in uxurious places where he mingled with the ultra rich in decorated mansions Still something made Anand uneasy about the whole thing Even as I savored these uxuries and connections I found something amiss about the Aspen institute Here were all these rich and powerful people coming together and speaking about giving back and yet the people who seemed to reap most of the benefits of this coming together were the helpers not the helped I began to wonder what was actually going on when the most fortunate don t merely seek to make a difference but also effectively claim ownership of changing the world I began to feel ike a casual participant in a giant sweet ipped ie Why were we coming to Aspen To change the system or to be changed by it To speak truth to power or to help make an unjust unpalatable system go down a The Interior Landscape: Love Poems from a Classical Tamil Anthology little easily Could the intractable problems we proposed to solve be solved in the way that we silently insisted at minimal most to elites with minimal distribution of power Giridharadas continued to think about these matters and five yearsater at his Aspen Institute summer reunion he delivered a speech in which he summed up what he called the Aspen Consensus The winners of our age must be challenged to do good But never ever tell them to do Longevity, Senescence, and the Genome less harm This essentially is the philosophy of MarketWorld We can all especially the rich do good by doing well Apply market solutions empower a few attempt to solve a few isolated social problems and guess what we can make ourselves even money and feel better about ourselves while we do it Wel work with governments sure but only if necessary for democracy is messy and #difficult to control but please don t speak to us about increasing corporate regulations or raising marginal tax rates #to control but please don t speak to us about increasing corporate regulations or raising marginal tax rates increasing estate taxes and while you re at it eave that deduction for the purchase of private jets alone tooGiridharadas attends and takes notes on many MarketWorld events conducts interviews with a few of the ultra rich and many of their minions an interview near the end of the book with Bill Clinton is particularly illuminating and in addition he speaks with a number of aspiring entrepreneurs who adopt the MarketWorld philosophy But he speaks with critics of MarketWorld too one of the most incisive being Chiara Cordelli professor of political philosophy at the university of Chicago She argues that one of the most dangerous things about the MarketWorld method is that it not only routinely marginalizes government institutions but also insists on benefits tax breaks elimination of regulations which damage and hamper its mechanisms and that as a result these institutions are becoming and ineffective And after all Cordelli says The government is us An excellent expos of the wealthy and powerful who aim to do good and just perpetuate systems of injustice Anand Giridharadas creates a compelling argument about how elites who work at corporations and companies ike McKinsey and Goldman Sachs say they work for #Social Change Yet Never Address #change yet never address core of what causes ineuality in the first place He provides several detailed anecdotes of young adults who get swept up into these corporations based on the ideal that they will First You Fall: A Kevin Connor Mystery learn a skill set that willater help them do good or that through As someone who has dithered on the edges of elites changing the world much of this rings true and I believe and grapple with the tension between the sometimes necessary powerinfluencefortune needed as we strive for justice and euity An article that I always refer back to is Noam Chomsky s dissection of justice vs power That and thoughts about how social What Trump and Idealists Have in Common Making a difference could be the idealistic theme of my generation s collective ethos at east among those of us who survived the drug culture of the 60 s and 70 s with intact minds It is my generation s term for religious faith The world had been opened to us by cheap access to good education a ong post war economic boom a range of radical new philosophies and or ess guaranteed employment Belief in oneself in society in the perfectability of ife was the route to success and fulfillmentWe had choices And the right people appeared to be demonstrating how to exercise power around the world environmental improvement Jane Goodall human rights Martin Luther King the status of wome I really enjoyed this but it might be just because fundamentally I m ideologically opposed to people being that wealthy I think it does a really good job of what the intended purpose is to show that a Notes from a Young Black Chef lot of times philanthropy itself is just a way to ameliorate problems caused by the same people doing the philanthropy and that much of the philanthropy can not make up for the systemic issues we have created byetting people accumulate as much wealth at the expense of others as we do I think its fair to express the desire to read other books that go through it Ee how they rebrand themselves as saviors of the poor; how they Foursome: Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Strand, Rebecca Salsbury lavishly reward thoughteaders who redefine change in winner friendly ways; and how they constantly seek to do good but never Fantastic Fist/Mowtown: A Play-Your-Way Adventure less harm We hear theimousine confessions of a celebrated foundation boss; witness an American president hem and haw about his plutocratic benefactors; and attend a cruise ship conference where entrepreneurs celebrate their own self interested magnan. .


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