Who benefits from French brainpower in America? Not the U.S. taxpayers.
The Canadians consider the Germans.
A shout out from the Atlantic
Self-sacrifice has almost always gone hand-in-hand with entrepreneurship and small businesses. We’re capitalists, and he who works the most makes the most money at the end of the day. Or so it would seem.
Tom’s new book discussed in the Financial Times.
If you get a moment, come join the discussion at the New York Times’ Room for Debate, where Tom and UCLA historian Peter Baldwin are talking Germany, social democracy, and whether there’s an American out there who does his own laundry.
On Tom’s Bookshelf
Barbara Ehrenreich - Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War
Jefferson Cowie - Stayin' Alive: The 1970s and the Last Days of the Working Class
Simon Johnson and James Kwak - Thirteen Bankers
Richard Rorty - Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature
Olivia Manning - Fortunes of War: the Balkan Trilogy