Saving America from Itself: American Revival Opportunities

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AuthorHouse, Jul 19, 2011 - Education - 212 pages
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Saving America from Itself is designed to arouse interest in reversing the many negative trends America has suffered since it reached a summit in global leadership, wealth, justice, culture, and influence in the world after World War II. It had not only become the champion of Western democracies and free market economies, but also the world leader in science, technology, health care, and many areas of culture. Yet after all these successes, America has now slid into a trance of self-delusion, often misplaced sense of grandeur and over-indulgence. A change can only come from within and hopefully will.


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Ernst G. Frankel is Professor Emeritus of MIT and has worked in senior positions for the U.S. Government, the World Bank, the Governments of China, the U.K., Israel, Singapore, and others. He is a member of the board of shipping companies, Panama Canal, and others. He authored 21 books and over 700 refereed papers. This book is a critical review of the problems that caused America's decline in economic, strategic, and cultural leadership.

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