“I hear trash-collection truck noises differently as of late. I could outrun them for a while, maybe—but since I have a conscience and my husband wouldn’t last a minute, we’d both be gone in an instant.”—Denise Johnson
“Thank you for emotionally destroying me. It was worth it.”—Sandra Fulbright-Myers
“Enjoying it greatly. It’s one of those books that I don’t want to end.”—Ken Shelton
In Sisyphus Shrugged, American workers demanded a reform called Partnerism, in which all businesses were co-owned and co-managed by all workers, “Partners”, in those businesses. But when I realized that international business would not stand for these reforms, that a charismatic billionaire would lead a global boycott in an attempt to blackmail America into reversing Partnerism, I dropped everything and spent the next two years writing Money’s Men, the direct sequel to Sisyphus Shrugged.
From the back of the book:
“From each according to economic worth, to each according to economic worth.”
Big Business is about to strike back.
Journalist Evelyn Gregory and her husband, automotive-factory manager Ryan Gregory, have participated in the changing of America’s economic views, structures, and laws. In Sisyphus Shrugged, American workers demanded a reform called Partnerism, in which all businesses were co-owned and co-managed by all workers, “Partners” in those businesses. Everything is now better than they had dreamed it could be, but a new threat is coming, more powerful and organized than those before. John Galt and his philosophy have been defeated in America’s minds and hearts, but the World’s entrenched economic interests will not go without a fight.
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