Path to a Better World

A Plan for Prosperity, Opportunity, and Economic Justice

by James S. Albus


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/28/2011

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Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 196
ISBN : 9781462035328
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 196
ISBN : 9781462035335
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 196
ISBN : 9781462035342

About the Book

Is it really possible to live in a world without deprivation or economic strife, but instead with peace, prosperity, and better opportunities? Path to a Better World proposes a practical plan that provides the means to make this dream a reality—and all before the end of the twenty-first century.

James Albus, an engineer, neuroscientist, and international expert in robotics and intelligent systems, begins by sharing his vision of an ideal world and contrasts that with the current reality. After discussing the strengths and weaknesses of the cur-rent free market capitalist system, Albus suggests an improved version of capitalization that has the potential to broaden the ownership of capital and stimulate significant economic growth. Included is a review of our nation’s technical progress to date and a proposal that encourages future technological advances that possess the capabilities to propel the country into an unprecedented era of success.

Path to a Better World is a well-researched, informative guidebook that allows Americans to imagine a life under a new form of capitalism that has the potential to offer the people of this great nation domestic tranquility, economic justice, and the pursuit of happiness for not only ourselves, but also our posterity.


About the Author

DR. JAMES ALBUS is an international expert in robotics and intelligent systems. He founded and led the Intelligent Systems Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology for thirty years. He is currently a Senior Fellow at the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Studies at George Mason University. This is his fifth book.