In his book presented for publication just weeks before his unexpected death, Paul Simon issues a simple but profound invitation to public service and servant-like living. His own words best describe the focus of this book: "One of the discouragements of public life day after day is to see people who have the potential to contribute so much to building a better society-and they don't do it. They may decline to participate because they do not understand that change is rarely achieved in a single, dramatic action. Change occurs because-little by little-people of good will...act."
This practical and inspiring book written by the former U.S. senator from Illinois and 1988 presidential candidate--who passed away in December 2003 at the age of 75--reminds readers that the little things do count, and offers concrete suggestions for small ways of making a difference.
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