We all want to live in a better world, but sometimes it feels like we lack the ability to make a difference. Author, broadcaster, and journalist John-Paul Flintoff offers a powerful reminder that through the generations, society has been transformed by the actions of individuals who understood that if they didn't like something, they could change it. Combining fresh new insights from history and other disciplines, this book will give you a sense of what might just be possible, as well as the inspiration and the courage you need to go about improving and changing the world we live in.
John-Paul Flintoff is a well-known writer for Britainas best-selling paper, the "Sunday Times", and a regular broadcaster. His writing has attracted compliments from the documentary maker Michael Moore, the stage and film director Richard Eyre, and the late Nobel Prize-winner Harold Pinter (aVery good, very funny . . . in fact, it made me laugha). He has also worked as a bin man, scuba diver, poet, taxi driver, assistant undertaker, tailor, gardener, highwire window cleaner, very amateur boxer, and rat catcher.
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