About John Huddleston
John Huddleston was born in Manchester before the Second World War. He served for five years in the Ministry of Defence and then moved to Washington. In 1963 he started his career at the World Bank. He has written many books, most of which are about the connection between Bahá’í concepts, social equity and solutions to economic crises in the world. During his journey to over 80 countries around the world, he visited many politicians and social economists, has been invited to press conferences and given talks at universities. In this book, he analyses the current crisis and dilemmas within the world with a focus on the economy, and explains the Bahá’í perspective and solutions to this phenomena.