Using business in a way that serves the common good, while also protecting the environment, is the most powerful tool we have for making a better world. But I also see that business has been used as an instrument of greed and exploitation.
Carol Gershman has the ability to take her life experiences and farther research and put them down on paper. While there is no topic that the reader will not recognize each one will re-open your thought process in a different way.
The protagonist in Walking on Water lives in a surreal world where the power of his mind creates alternate universes. In the second story the characters survive a mysterious world event that flashes out the lives of everybody but a few.
The Quaker City and its hospitals were pioneers in the field of mental health. Yet by the end of the nineteenth century, its institutions were crowded and patients lived in shocking conditions. From the start, its history was riddled with corruption.