These are some of the books, reports, and other documents available from GCAE and how to obtain them.
This is a great book and deserves top billing from GCAE. It will really put you in our frame of mind. Please check out "The Gardens of Democracy" by Eric Liu and Nick Hanauer at your local library or on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/The-Gardens-Democracy-Citizenship-Government/dp/1570618232/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1341781125&sr=8-1&keywords=the+gardens+of+democracy
The education you will get from this book is not available in any public school. There is no entity responsible for teaching our population how to be literate in the economic functions of their community, so I coined the phrase “Community Economic Literacy.” You won’t find many footnotes, credits, or other references because the sources and the information are all abundantly clear. The sources of data are all public and the examples exist in your place of work, your bank account, your local government, places where you shop, and among your friends. They also exist in documented economic and social trends, and in the annals of history. You will see them broadcast on news shows, and written about in newspapers and magazines.
Much in this text is about change … past, present, and future. It presents some of the knowledge required to face the economic challenges of the present and create the economic changes needed for the future. When you have absorbed the contents of this book, or completed the American Pie Seminar, you will have achieved an understanding of community economic literacy.
Available on Amazon.com