Scott Galloway on Why America Is Adrift and How to Fix It EP 218


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Today I talk to Scott Galloway (@profgalloway), a Professor at the NYU Stern School of Business and a Serial entrepreneur. While the current economic and social crisis in America seems complex, Galloway and I discuss how it can be fixed and examine the country's future in his new NY Times bestselling book "Adrift: America in 100 Charts."

What We Discuss with Scott Galloway

Galloway and Miles explore the history of the US and argue that despite its undeniable strengths, it is on a path toward self-destruction. Drawing on a wealth of original data, graphs, and analysis, they outline a series of recommendations for restoring order and national purpose. This must-listen-to analysis offers a powerful indictment of the state of US politics and society and a compelling blueprint for how to restore the nation’s greatness.

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