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The Other Side of Innovation: Solving the Execution Challenge has three bulleted points among others that resonate on this issue:
[Kleist has given his own version of the events of January 1943, under interrogation by Liddell Hart at the end of the war, subsequently published in The Other Side of the Hill, pp. 230-31.
There was a time, of course, when such deep intergenerational poverty could still shock a nation-when the publication of Michael Harrington’s The Other America or Bobby Kennedy’s visits to the Mississippi Delta could inspire outrage and a call to action.
73 “It is that respite from the trench of sadness”: George A. Bonanno, The Other Side of Sadness New York: Basic Books, 2009, p.
As Bonanno wrote in his book The Other Side of Sadness, C. S. Lewis was on to something when he described grief as a “bomber circling round and dropping its bombs each time the circle brings it overhead.”
Both were very generous with their time and material; their research is the foundation on which this book stands, and George has since published his own excellent book on grief and resilience, The Other Side of Sadness.