The author is passionately concerned about the quality of society. The eighty short chapters of this book dip into his thoughts on people and their problems and values. The title recalls Jules Verne’s “Eighty Days Around the World”.
Raymond Apple is a religious leader who was Australia’s highest-profile rabbi for many years. He was spiritual head of the Great Synagogue, Sydney, from 1972-2005, senior rabbi to the Austraian Defence Force and a university teacher. He is a high-ranking Freemason, a historian and writer.