The Right Answer: How We Can Unify Our Divided Nation

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Price
$26.00
Publisher
Henry Holt & Company
Publish Date
Pages
240
Dimensions
5.6 X 0.9 X 8.4 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781250294968

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About the Author

John K. Delaney, the United States Representative for Maryland's 6th congressional district, was one of America's most innovative and successful entrepreneurs before he entered politics. The co-founder and CEO of two companies, HealthCare Financial and CapitalSource, both of which were ultimately sold for billions of dollars, he is an active philanthropist. A Democrat who is now in his third term in Congress, he was recently named by Fortune magazine as one of the World's 50 Greatest Leaders. He and his wife April have four daughters and live in Montgomery County, Maryland.

Reviews

"John Delaney has written a thoughtful prescription for our nation, in an era when empathy, thoughtfulness, and real leadership are sorely needed. Read what he has to say - it will make you think."--General Stanley McChrystal, U.S.A. (Ret.)

"With an entrepreneur's ingenuity and a public servant's empathy, John Delaney has brought a deeply innovative approach to American government. In divided political times, this book offers a thoughtful and compelling vision for policy makers at every level."--Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III (D-Massachusetts)

"John Delaney has brought entrepreneurial insights and passion to business and government. His commonsense, bipartisan approach to our nation's challenges merits attention from Americans of all political stripes and beliefs. If you care about a better way to solve our problems at this critical time, this book is a must read."--Steve Case, chairman and CEO, Revolution, and cofounder of America Online

"As I've heard John Delaney say many times, 'The cost of doing nothing is not nothing.' With his unique combination of business skills, public service, philanthropy and leadership experience, John understands that we must act boldly if we hope to improve the lives of all Americans. In this book, he offers his plan for exactly how we can do that."--Representative Elijah Cummings (D-Maryland)

"Every so often, a politician has the courage, the optimism, and the intelligence to chart a different path for the country. John Delaney is offering a Churchill-like moment: He tells the hard truth about our problems and stands for a rare (and brave) proposition - that political compromise is a good thing and is the key to growth and progress." --Katherine Bradley, President, CityBridge Foundation

"John Delaney's book is a practical and optimistic look at the future of our country, and how he sees us moving forward with solutions, not divisions. I always say we should be building bridges, not walls, and he is working every day to put that into practice. Delaney is an inspiration to us all - he is a true leader in a world that needs more leadership."--José Andrés, chef/owner, ThinkFoodGroup & minibar by José Andrés, and founder, World Central Kitchen

"In these times of severe and destructive partisanship the American people have a unique opportunity to be represented by a man who represents the best of what has truly made us great: a desire to work together for solutions, a proven belief in free enterprise, hard work and commonsense all coupled with compassion. John Delaney's book is a starting point for the possibilities of this unlikely candidate."--Former Representative Richard L. Hanna (R-New York)

"John Delaney has been a leader in finding innovative, bipartisan solutions to both help real people live better lives and to measure outcomes, so we know what works and what doesn't. This book provides a roadmap to refocus government to deliver on a more promising future rather than accepting the divided and dysfunctional status quo."--Sonal Shah, executive director, Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation, Georgetown University, and former director of the White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation

"John Delaney is a rare breed of politician who understands that we get the best outcomes for our citizens when the government, the private sector, and the nonprofit world work together. This book shows how his understanding of all three spheres makes him a leader who can make progress against the challenges we face." --Jim Sorenson, founder and CEO, Sorenson Impact Foundation