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The book that seems to be getting everyone talking this year is ‘The End of Power’ by Moises Naim, a former Venezuelan government minister.
MARK ZUCKERBERG’S FAVORITE SCHOLAR ASKS THE ULTIMATE QUESTION: HOW DO WE GET POWER AND HOW DO WE USE IT?
It’s not who has it. It’s how long you keep it.
His literary fate turned a corner, however, after Mark Zuckerberg announced that Naim’s 2013 book, The End of Power (Basic Books), would be the inaugural read in the tech CEO’s new book club.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has vowed to read a book every two weeks this year and has asked people around the world to join him. The first book selected is ‘The End of Power’ by Moises Naim, who says he was surprised and thrilled by his selection.