The Entrepreneur as a Driver of Social Change
Virgil Henry Storr,
Stefanie Haeffele () and
Laura E. Grube
Chapter Chapter 2 in Community Revival in the Wake of Disaster, 2015, pp 11-32 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract Every good plot needs a protagonist. Of course, the setting where the protagonist’s story plays out, the constraints they must work within, and the circumstances that the characters must confront all matter. It matters, for instance, that Shakespeare’s Henry V is set in fifteenth-century England and France, that Henry V is a newly crowned King of England who also has a claim to the French Crown, and that the English army is much smaller than the French army they must combat. But without Henry V there is no British invasion of France, there is no Battle of Agincourt, and there is no British monarch on the French throne. In short, without Henry V there is no play.
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