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Reviewed by Philip Van Heusen for Readers' Favorite
This world is full of problems. August Clark says just discussing the issues does no good. Instead, he discusses various solutions to the problems in The Power to Stop Any Illusion of Problems. The book starts off with the staggering statistic that over 10,000 children die every day from starvation. This has to stop. August discusses some strategies to solve this and the various other problems this book addresses. August discusses nine areas: housing, medical, energy, education, economics, population, etc. Even though he does not offer any new solutions, August does offer many possible solutions that have been circulated over time. The most innovative solution August mentions is using a 3-D printer to make houses. Although there is nothing new in this book, August did take the time to gather various options and present them in one place.
Are you concerned with all the impossible issues facing society today? If so, you will enjoy reading The Power to Stop Any Illusion of Problems by August Clark. August gives various solutions to the problems. His method is to present the supposed problem then deliver possible solutions. He does not debate the solutions or offer the “correct” solution. Instead, he gives positives and negatives for each side of the debate. He does not show any bias toward the answer he thinks is best. His goal is just to share possibilities. This book is a good overview and/or review of nine crucial issues afflicting the world today. You will enjoy reading it. After reading this book, become active in whichever solution you feel has the best chance of changing your world.