The book, "Early Intervention: Good parents, great kids, better citizens." is authored by two UK politicians advocating for a comprehensive approach to address social ills. Published in 2008, the authors' remedy is Early Intervention - which they argue is both cheaper, and more effective, than the current expensive and failed philosophy of Late Intervention. They write, "...the Early Intervention approach in the USA, is much more influenced by the private and charitable sectors than in Europe. For example Colorado's Invest In Kids (IIK) initiative, which promotes the Nurse Family Partnership and the Incredible Years teaching programme is driven by a small dedicated group of corporate lawyers keen to make a difference."