Leaders Eat Last - Part 4: How We Got Here Summary & Analysis

Simon Sinek
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Good times and economic growth were seen in the 1920s. Americans were relatively wealthy in the period following World War I. There were electric refrigerators, telephones and radios in many homes. It all came to an end on October 29, 1929, when the stock market crashed. The imbalance in the market had been so extreme that a normal correction was impossible. It was the start of the Great Depression. Out of necessity, people learned to make do with what they had and not waste anything. And they learned to work together and help one another.

An estimated 16 million men, 12 percent of the population at the time, served in the military during World War II. Today with more that 315 million people, only one percent of the population enter into military service. There is a disconnect between those who serve and defend the country...

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