President Bill Clinton: The crises of the present moment give us a chance to reimagine what our future should actually look like—our societies, our economies, and how we relate to one another.

Every year since leaving the White House, I’ve put together a collection of speeches I’ve given and other pieces I’ve written. I do it not just to share what I’ve been up to for those 12 months, but, I hope, to capture some of the most interesting and consequential events, trends, and forces shaping all our lives at that particular moment in time.

This year’s collection is different than any I’ve done before—because 2020 has been different than any year we’ve ever lived through. America and the world have experienced a pandemic, an economic crisis, a long overdue reckoning with racism, climate-related disasters including the most active hurricane season on record and raging wildfires, and a complete upheaval in the ways we live, learn, work, and interact with one another. Read More »