The Revolt of The Public and the Crisis of Authority in the New Millennium

by Martin Gurri


This book talks about the most relevant cultural revolutions and how they happened thanks to technology. How nowadays "the public" is tired of the institutions that raised from the industrial age. It goes deep into the details of the revolutions that started happen since 2008. It explains the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street and much more. It even has and added chapter to go into details of what is happening since 2016 Trump's election. It tries to make a proper prediction on what can be done and how we can help it. Basically, choosing people with virtues to the elites, and making governments "Antifragile", governments should do trial and errors, and being completely honest.

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