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Crisis of Responsibility
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David L. Bahnsen is the Managing Partner of The Bahnsen Group of HighTower Advisors, managing over $1 billion of capital. He is a frequent guest on Fox Business and CNBC, and is annually recognized as one of the top advisors in the country by Barron's, Financial Times, and others.

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"In any debate, the one who controls the narrative, wins the day and David Bahnsen is about shifting the narrative on discussions related to doing well and good at the same time. Bahnsen has undertaken this herculean task in Crisis of Responsibility by combining his economic and financial acumen with his moral clarity in a manner that is neither didactic nor preachy. See if you don't agree."--Fr. Robert Sirico, President, The Acton Institute
"I found Crisis of Responsibility a remarkable and urgent synthesis of the economic, social, and cultural afflictions of modern America. But I was also heartened by the commitment to solving these problems through common sense and a renewal of individual responsibility. I hope this book finds a large and appreciative audience. It deserves to."--Matthew Continetti, Washington Free Beacon
"One more thing that I like, there's a good book out by David Bahnsen - it's called Crisis of Responsibility. The book is essentially a treatise on why it is that Americans are avoiding their problems by pointing at one another and trying to cast responsibility for mistakes on one another. If we could get rid of that capacity to blame one another and take some responsibility for ourselves, we'd do a lot better in life. Check it out!"--Ben Shapiro, Daily Wire
"If you're looking for answers as to what happened to my country, how did we get here, what do I do about it, and how do I change my life and my circumstances, there is a must-read book called Crisis of Responsibility: Our Cultural Addiction to Blame and How You Can Cure It. In business school, they don't teach [Adam Smith's] Theory of Moral Sentiments, but David's book is really a new kind of moral sentiment. What we're going through right now is a reflection of what we have allowed ourselves to accept or become over a very long period of time. We have to fundamentally change for the system to change. It is really, really fascinating, and really well-written. Crisis of Responsibility is a must read."--Glenn Beck, The Blaze

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