You read Forgotten Man. Now learn about the Silent Majority.

Today the idea of social democracy is popular in our country. The term socialism has taken on a glow. In the 1960s, socialism was also popular, as was its compromise, social democracy. Social democratic principles were the basis of Lyndon Johnson's Great Society. In Great Society, Amity Shlaes shows that planning policy implemented in the name of the collective hurt both the nation and the individual. The result of our collective projects was a new Silent Majority. Former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan has called the book "accurate history that reads like a novel."

A wonderful reception for Great Society.
Here's a New York Times advertisement (April, 2020)

The Great Society by Amity Shlaes
The Great Society by Amity Shlaes

New York Times Bestseller (Number One in Graphic Novel Category)

Cartoons tell stories. That is why artist Paul Rivoche was commissioned to produce Forgotten Man Graphic, a cartoon version of Forgotten Man. The aim is to bring TFM, which so many of you know, to new audiences. Paul did a splendid job, working with Chuck Dixon, in making the characters of the book come to life. We hope our readers will take a look.

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To book Amity Shlaes for a speaking engagement, contact Jamie Brickhouse at the Red Brick Agency, 646.281.9041.
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