Best-selling financial author, Wall Street investment banker, social commentator, award-winning poet, energy consultant, off-Broadway producer, and community organizer in Robert Kennedy’s presidential campaign, Ron Spurga is the ultimate Renaissance Man.
Leaving behind the grinding poverty of tenement life on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, Ron won scholarships in rapid succession to Cardinal Hayes High School, where he was classmates with Martin Scorsese. He then went on to Rutgers, Fordham, and the Stonier School of Banking at Dartmouth College.
Now in a compelling series of insightful essays he takes us through an analysis of the social and economic trends which signaled the end of the egalitarianism of the Obama era and set the stage for the emerging nihilistic evangelical movement personified by Donald Trump.
Since the upcoming November 2018 midterm elections will be a pivotal event in American history, Ron will also feature guest essays from political operatives like Elizabeth Warren, a fellow graduate of Rutgers, as well as snippets from sources inside the Mueller investigation.