Patt Morrison for June 7, 2012

Basketball icon and former presidential candidate Bill Bradley thinks we can all do better

We Can All Do Better

Vanguard Press/The Perseus Books Group

"We Can All Do Better" by Bill Bradley

Bill Bradley has spent his 68 years on Earth enjoying a remarkably unique perspective: A Basketball Hall of Famer, NBA World Champion, Olympic Gold Medalist, Rhodes Scholar, a former three-term U.S. Senator, and in 2000 he ran for the Democratic Presidential nomination. Through it all, he has retained an irrepressible optimism.

In his latest book, "We Can All Do Better," Bradley chronicles his specific thoughts on the challenges facing the United States in the wake of the 2008 financial collapse. And with his trademark optimism, he outlines his vision for solving the great problems of our age.

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Bill Bradley, Basketball Hall of Famer, NBA World Champion, Olympic Gold Medalist, Rhodes Scholar, a former three-term U.S. Senator and author of “We Can All Do Better”


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