Book Club: It's OK To Be Angry About Capitalism by Bernie Sanders is a multidisciplinary learning community focused on bettering ourselves through sharing knowledge with each other. Our interests include but are not limited to Science, Technology, Philosophy, and Politics. is committed to exploring these subjects in-depth and helping our community members become more informed and engaged in the world around them. Through our platform, members can connect with experts, engage in lively discussions, and access a wealth of curated resources, from articles and videos to podcasts and book recommendations.

Today, we're excited to announce our new book club that we believe will help us further our mission of learning and discovery. The book club will be open to all members of the community and will provide an opportunity for participants to delve deeper into these subjects, engage in meaningful discussions, and connect with fellow learners from around the world. We hope that this initiative will foster a sense of curiosity, collaboration, and intellectual growth among our community members, and we look forward to sharing our reading journey with you.

Our first book selection will be "It's Ok to Be Angry About Capitalism" by Bernie Sanders. This book is an insightful and passionate exploration of the problems inherent in our current economic system, and how we can work to build a fairer and more just society.

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In "It's Ok to Be Angry About Capitalism", Senator Sanders draws on his decades of experience in public service and activism to make the case for a more equitable and democratic economy. He argues that the concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a few has led to widespread inequality, environmental degradation, and political dysfunction, and that we need to fundamentally rethink our approach to economics if we want to create a better future for everyone.

Throughout the book, Sanders offers a range of policy proposals and practical strategies for achieving these goals, from raising the minimum wage and strengthening workers' rights to investing in green infrastructure and implementing a fairer tax system. He also draws on examples from other countries, such as Denmark and Germany, to show how alternative models of capitalism can work in practice.

"It's Ok to Be Angry About Capitalism" is a timely and important book that speaks to many of the pressing issues of our time. I hope you'll join us in reading and discussing it in the coming weeks.

Happy reading!

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