Actions to Achieve Peace: What Every Citizen Can Do
Based on political heritage and proven economic principles, a retired businessman proposes 136 actions by citizens to strengthen the U.S. to counter the ideological challenge and the military threat in the war on terror. Specific proposals address key issues in taxation, education, energy, health care, immigration, social security, federal vs. state responsibility, poverty alleviation, philanthropy, trade and other areas of domestic and foreign policy. Included are footnote references to more than 200 authoritative sources.
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