[O]bviously the product of many years of thought and contemplation by a person with solid academic training and personal convictions. Recommended. All collections and levels.
[A]nyone who is interested in these issues will find the book well worth reading.
Robley E. George's ^ISocioeconomic Democracy^R is based in the best traditions of humanitarianism....Students of Islamic Economics and Democracy will find much food for thought in this comparative study.
Future generations . . . will thank Mr. George . . . for his book which tells what Socioeconomic Democracy is, and how we can achieve it.
The world will not change for the better unless imaginative and obstinate thinkers explore and advocate bold ideas. Robley George is one of those thinkers, thanks to whom it is not foolish to hope.
The wider the gap between rich and poor, the narrower the chances that real democracy can survive and thrive. Inequality demands answers . . . and Robley George, bless his out-of-the-box-thinking soul, has a provocative answer to offer.
Robley George has a strategy which aims at one of our most serious issues--the growing gap between the rich and the poor. . . . Read this book and open up new space for your thinking.
In a finite world, with population and environmental pressures growing, and natural resources dwindling, limits will clearly have to be set. . . . Socioeconomic Democracy as a governing precept could foster a new economics and a new global value system, which places people in the centre of progress.