Thursday, May 14, 2015
Americans have a softness for manual laborers who manifest the ability to use their minds as well as their muscles. Remember the longshoreman-philosopher Eric Hoffer? PATRICK FORNARI has spent 35 years as a construction worker in America’s mid-west as well as the Caribbean and spent more than a decade reading and condensing best-selling books he thought had the power to reach out and bring American workers into deeper awareness of how politics affects their lives. Fornari’s amalgamated result is his own book entitled “COMMONER SENSE”, redolent of the work of American Revolutionary nation-builder and world-changer Thomas Paine. Fornari visits with Sara and Barry this evening.
Posted by Sara Pentz at 4:51 PM