I'm in awe. Someone said that as you read this book you keep muttering "He gets it!". And you do. But it's more than that. He's intellectually curious. He wants to know, to understand, to learn. For example, he meets with the CEO of Google who makes a remark about having a tough time finding exceptional software engineers to keep competitive. He then researches this, the impact of economics/globalization/competition and spins an entire educational platform out of it. Talk about the Establishment Clause he'll spin a tale that links Jefferson to Pat Robertson, defends the role of faith in politics while holding the Clause inviolate. So it's more than he "gets it". It's that he "knows it, sees it, lived it". He thinks things thru and doesn't shoot from the hip like a testosterone drive cowboy. And he follows the old adage: "Those who do not learn from history are destined to repeat it." He knows his history.
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