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The Fifth Risk is the administration, politics, food policy and commercial policies book that shares the importance of political awareness among the individuals. Michael Lewis is the author of this outstanding book. The revolution in the nations begins with democracy when people have the right to elect the government. Democracy is two hundred years old that begin from the United States and the United Kingdom.
There are loads of fault in the initial stages than things start to settle down with the passage of time. The nations who have the awareness that how important is their vote are more likely to satisfy with the government. There are some nations who did not know how important their vote is and they don’t even bother to use their right. These are the nations who suffer from poverty, law and order situation, judiciary and other departments of government. The political awareness among the people and nations is very important.
If people use their vote wisely and elect the right party to solve their issues then they will see their country on the top. There is a number of things which helps the nation to become strong and rule the world, and political awareness is one of them. Michael also tells how the government deals with school lunches, food stamps, and agriculture departments.
Details About The Fifth Risk by Michael Lewis PDF
- Name: The Fifth Risk
- Authors: Michael Lewis
- Publish Date: October 2, 2018
- Language: English
- Genre: Commercial Policy, Food Policy, Public Affairs
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 256
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 9781324002642
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