--David Walker, former U.S. comptroller general "Harry S. Dent, Jr.is making a credible argument for why this current cycle could turn into a modern day civil war and split the red and blue states--and he sees a similar revolution in many places around the world. Put on your seatbelts! Don't miss this very factual and controversial book."
--David A. Stockman, author of The Great Deformation "Harry S. Dent, Jr. and I have, in our respective research, been warning about the unprecedented and unsustainable global and U.S. debt build up for over a decade now. We both agree that a 'great reset' is inevitable at this point, and will destroy much of our financial assets, banks, and businesses. But Harry adds a deeper political revolution from his and Andy Pancholi's impressive cycle work, which has clearly already begun. A must-read book!"
--John Mauldin, author of Code Red "Harry S. Dent, Jr. makes a very compelling argument that technology and globalization have progressed so much that they have put sectors of society at each other's throats. It is an important insight that globalization could retreat for decades to come. As always, Harry brings fresh new insights and clarity to a seemingly unpredictable and complex economy. This is a must-read book if you want to navigate the greatest political divide since the Civil War."
--George Gilder, author of Knowledge and Power and Life After Google "The title Zero Hour is woefully inadequate to capture the broad array of historical, economic, psychological, political, social, diplomatic, military, technological, demographic, and global trends covered in this book. Whether you are an investor or interested observer, you will want to read how Dent and Pancholi challenge many well-known views, including my own, on interest rates. Regardless of whether you agree or not, you will benefit from reading their new book, evaluating their arguments, and learning their perspective on a great many issues vital to our economic future."
--Lacy Hunt, PhD, economist, Hoisington Investment Management