On Bookshelves Now: Two New Books From Roosevelt Fellows

Jan 9, 2013

With the new year have come new releases: Roosevelt Institute Fellows Susan Crawford and Georgia Levenson Keohane both have books that just hit the shelves. Get your copy now of Crawford's Captive Audience and Keohane's Social Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century.

Captive Audience explores why Americans are now paying much more but getting much less when it comes to high-speed Internet access. It explores how telecommunications monopolies have affected the daily lives of consumers and America's global economic standing. Check out some excerpts: 

Merger Made Comcast Strong, U.S. Web Users Weak

How AT&T and Verizon Manipulate Your Smartphone

U.S. Internet Users Pay More for Slower Service

Social Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century charts the social entrepreneurship revolution across the nonprofit, private, and public sectors, examining how innovative change makers are testing new solutions to entrenched social, economic, and environmental problems. Click here to get a sneak peek!

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