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I must say i’m going through these Donald trump books and i’m pleasantly surprised…i see the populist at work through his work and this is really what he wants to be…the old school teacher at large teaching us how to be successful in a post modern world,and that is our world. The modern world is really evaporating and the future will be a changed world…at the start he is in the world of the gods. He still encompasses and believes in the ancient virtues of Protestantism and capitalism,and sees what we need to do to unleash them from those pulling on the chain he does not obsess here on macro designs and structures…but p 1 its here…also talk on narcissism and various psychotherapies and the minds of people who become super rich…are they narcissists at heart,elaborating on some hidden fantasy…he belies this type of persona,as his populist platform tell us he has gained the sympathy and the experiential horizon of people from the low to high classes,a conundrum of sorts,one who has large appeal but he appeals to basic american sentiments…the man who works hard and makes it rich,and these are the people we want
to develop our cities and he stands in contrast to our experience of city life,all the unfair stories and cultural meltdown and we need to talk honestly to put this in perspective. There is a long piece on housing buying and lawyers and all the ways average pay should take care of their interests,relationships and lawyers,and then he
spends a bit of time on contractors and his bearing down on them,various problems,journeys on Saturday night live
and the Apprentice and he seems enthused and surprised by his success…his success and the high value of his show
and what he represents,means in many ways these people dis-value something about modern life…that’s obvious and
even now changes are ongoing during these troublesome times…the fact that he has been so successful,as he relates in his book movie star like,an icon with no term limits and his favor is tempered by our disfavor of other things