2012,the Weak Economy and How to Deal with It: Empowering the People
The author lays out a new dramatic transfer of money and power away from the federal government and back to the people. This will result in a powerful shot in the arm for the economy without adding to the deficit. The author explains that it is not too late to turn things around. By using easy to understand ideas and word pictures he gets the reader to understand how the country and economy can turn around especially for the struggling working class.
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