Rescuing Capitalism from itself, Harvard Business Review (December 3, 2015) — perhaps the best short statement of my Rebalancing Society book

Time for the Plural Sector Stanford Social Innovation Review (Summer 2015) — plural to join the words public and private

The Lost Years? Or Finding Japan? (article published in Japanese, English version as PDF) Diamond Harvard Business Review (August 2012)

Thirteen-year-old Henry’s happy, ordinary life comes to an abrupt halt when his older brother, Jesse, picks up their father’s hunting rifle and leaves the house one morning. What follows shatters Henry’s family, who are forced to resume their lives in a new city, where no one knows their past. When Henry’s therapist suggests he keep a journal, at first he is resistant. But soon he confides in it at all hours of the day and night.

In spite of Henry’s desire to “fly under the radar,” he eventually befriends a number of oddball characters, both at school and in his modest apartment building. And even though they know nothing about his past – at least, not yet – they help him navigate the waters of life after “IT.”

Susin Nielsen has created a fantastic new character in Henry, whose journal entries are infused with humor and provide a riveting read about a family in turmoil.

Hamilton's Journal is taken from Henry Hamilton and George Rogers Clark in the American Revolution with The Unpublished Journal of Lieut. Gov. Henry Hamilton , edited by John D. Barnhart and published by R. E. Banta, Crawfordsville, Indiana, 1951.

Rescuing Capitalism from itself, Harvard Business Review (December 3, 2015) — perhaps the best short statement of my Rebalancing Society book

Time for the Plural Sector Stanford Social Innovation Review (Summer 2015) — plural to join the words public and private

The Lost Years? Or Finding Japan? (article published in Japanese, English version as PDF) Diamond Harvard Business Review (August 2012)

Rescuing Capitalism from itself, Harvard Business Review (December 3, 2015) — perhaps the best short statement of my Rebalancing Society book

Time for the Plural Sector Stanford Social Innovation Review (Summer 2015) — plural to join the words public and private

The Lost Years? Or Finding Japan? (article published in Japanese, English version as PDF) Diamond Harvard Business Review (August 2012)

Thirteen-year-old Henry’s happy, ordinary life comes to an abrupt halt when his older brother, Jesse, picks up their father’s hunting rifle and leaves the house one morning. What follows shatters Henry’s family, who are forced to resume their lives in a new city, where no one knows their past. When Henry’s therapist suggests he keep a journal, at first he is resistant. But soon he confides in it at all hours of the day and night.

In spite of Henry’s desire to “fly under the radar,” he eventually befriends a number of oddball characters, both at school and in his modest apartment building. And even though they know nothing about his past – at least, not yet – they help him navigate the waters of life after “IT.”

Susin Nielsen has created a fantastic new character in Henry, whose journal entries are infused with humor and provide a riveting read about a family in turmoil.

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