How does a society absorbed in short-term self-interest, group think, moral confusion, and the cowboy problem change itself?
In a coffee shop, my friend Dave asked about title of the book I was editing.
When I told him, his eyes opened wide and he smiled.
"What does that mean to you?" I asked.
"Lenin was a revolutionary, a visionary!" he answered, "but you're proposing a different way to do that."
"That's it," I exclaimed. "You're the person I'm writing this for. You get it!"
He thought a moment and summed up the book: "You take us on a psychological walking tour through the processes that will bring global change."
The processes are ways people connect, think together, work in groups, and apply their effort to the needs of humans and other living things.