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It made me hyperactive wondering about the state of my nation and calculating all the actions that I can take to contribute towards a better future. All in all a wonderful book and an indispensable man. In addition to being his usual wise self, this book underlines two other inspiring traits of his - ceaseless devotion to dreez the underprivileged and relentless optimism. Capitalism Vicky Pryce.