Jumping Into Empty Space: A Reluctant Mennonite Businessman Serves in Paraguay's Presidential Cabinet
- Massive corruption was considered the ordinary course of business in Paraguay and had driven it to near financial ruin.
- Bergen, at age 39, was among the most successful men in the country with not an ounce of interest in government politics.
- What’s more, Bergen grew up in a Mennonite colony situated in the inhospitable wilderness of the Paraguayan Chaco. He belongs to a highly industrious religious people who, for reasons of history and theology, are acutely suspicious of being involved in government.
This is backstage in the highest levels of government, and also inside the heart of one impatient, but conscientious, business entrepreneur. As told to New York Times bestselling author, Phyllis Pellman Good.
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