by Frederick TaylorRoll Away the Stone cuts to the core of the United States dilemma about persistent poverty and the political debate about change. The author shows that what holds us back is the outdated thinking of both political parties. In this very readable book he outlines a generative way of thinking that is responsive to the challenges of the 21st century. Roll Away the Stone demonstrates how a modern exodus from poverty is morally demanded and humanly possible by weaving together Biblical metaphor, real experience of the poor, inspiring stories of community action, and imaginative political reflection. The author graphically portrays the three essential elements for ending persistent poverty in the Unites States i.e., the removal of structural barriers that the poor cannot move themselves, the participation of the poor in their own liberation, and step-by-step release from vicious circles that perpetuate poverty.
|Title||Roll Away the Stone|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|File size||2 Mb|
|Book rating||4.25 (4 votes)