Best Business Book of the Year Runner-Up

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The Relevance of Reason – Business and Politics – Best Business Book of the Year- Runner-Up – 2014 Los Angeles Book Festival

by Mack W. Borgen

PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE 

Santa Barbara author Mack W. Borgen’s book,

The Relevance of Reason

        The Hard Facts and Real Data About the State of Current America –

Business and Politics

 Was Named Runner-Up

The Best Business Book of the Year

At

The 2014 Los Angeles Book Festival

 

                The book, written by Santa Barbara author Mack W. Borgen, presents fascinating data about American business, commerce, industry, resources, politics, elections, governance, taxation and the media. The book was written because, in the opinion of the author, it is “one of the great paradoxes of modern life, in our Age of Information, (that) facts themselves are hard to find.” Borgen’s second book, The Relevance of Reason – Society and Culture, was released in October, 2013. It presents facts and data about many other aspects of American life – crime and punishment, laws and litigation, housing, education, health, and American life, entertainment, religion and culture. 

              The award for Borgen’s first book, The Relevance of Reason – Business and Politics, will be presented at an awards ceremony at the Roosevelt Hotel, in Hollywood, California on Saturday, March 22, 2014.

                 Mack W. Borgen resides in Santa Barbara, California and Bigfork, Montana. He is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley (With Honors in Economics) and Harvard Law School.

                Copies of Borgen’s books may be obtained at Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, SummerlandPublishing.com, or at your local bookstore. Bookstores and public and academic libraries may order copies through Ingram Books, Baker & Taylor, Quality Books, or Follette Books. Thank you.

 

 

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