In Millennium: Winners and Losers in the Coming World Order, French economist Jacques Attali describes a chilling picture of a global economy divided into two classes of people. The first group are "rich nomads," who are extremely mobile and whose resources give them access to virtually anything on the globe. The second are "poor nomads," denied any land or place to call home, trapped in the abandoned sectors of the world economy, and having access to almost nothing.

Jim Wallis, The Soul of Politics