American Citizen, Global Citizen: How Expanding Our Identities Makes Us Safer, Stronger, Wiser – And Builds a Better World
Sweeping the globe from Seoul to Amsterdam, London to Japan, American Citizen, Global Citizen is now being released for the first time in the United States.Rather than wait for someone else to fix the problems that face humanity, this book challenges us to realize our global common ground in every aspect of our lives. It shows us that – by using our own eyes, minds, hears and hands – we have the basic skills that will enable us to work together effectively with anyone, anywhere on this planet.If you want a richer and more meaningful life, and if you want to pass along a better world for generations to come, then read this book – and share it with others.
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