Speaking of the economy, Matthew Abrams wants to do something about it. Unlike others, he sees that sitting around waiting for somebody else; namely big government, to fix everything isn’t working. Although he appears to engage in some “talking around the table,” he doesn’t believe this is the way to fix things, either. Since no mortal creation is perfect, one should expect something to be a little off, as would appear from Ashevegas’ description:

The work can come in many forms, from cooperative farming to microlending. It’s often done through nonprofits, and it can encompass activists and philanthropists.

At least Abrams believes the economy will recover through a DIY approach. By jove, I think he’s got it.