The general public is increasingly disappointed with the body politic and what it delivers, increasingly placing its hopes in the head of state, expecting from one individual and his/her party the fundamental changes required by current global realities. This book debates the possibility that the current system is unable to deliver such change regardless of who is in charge, and that the world may need a new improved system. The book explains why the system malfunctions, what alternative system would satisfy public goals, and how such a system could come about democratically, quickly, painlessly, and profitably. It is casual in tone, but to the point in its delivery and appeals especially to serious people who realize mankind is at a serious and decisive juncture. The book is vetted to assure professional standards and can be read equally by mothers, students, bureaucrats, technocrats, and people in and out of the system.