Spread the Wealth: More Haves Fewer Have-Nots

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Hamilton Books, Oct 26, 2009 - Business & Economics - 154 pages
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Elections in the United States bring political change to Washington, but too often economic policies remain the same. Bound by depression-era theories that savings is bad, government spending is good, and imports must equal exports, policymakers press for a centralized interventionist approach to solve economic problems.

Spread the Wealth offers bold and enlightened alternatives. Anchored in the historically successful policies of free trade, stable currency, and private property rights, this superbly researched work leads the way in offering a renaissance in modern economic thought. David Breuhan challenges failed ideas of the past with a new approach, which includes the direct relationship between the stock market's performance and America's trade policies; the rise in the price of gold and the increase of the national debt; and seventeen economic principles to guide members of the public and private sectors to make more informed decisions.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Youll get your Meeting
1
Chapter 2 Ignore these at your Peril
15
Chapter 3 An Avoidable Catastrophe
27
Chapter 4 Trade is a Good Deal
43
Chapter 5 Turn Off the Printing Press
57
Chapter 6 You cant Blame the Monarch
73
Chapter 7 Brain Dead and Charging Ahead
81
Chapter 8 Our Only way out
89
Chapter 9 Help Wanted
103
Notes
115
References
125
Index
131
About the Author
135
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David R. Breuhan is a vice president and portfolio manager with Gregory J. Schwartz & Co., Inc. in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He served with the First Squadron, First Cavalry in West Germany and commanded B Troop, First Squadron, Third Armored Cavalry Regiment in Operation Desert Storm. He taught as an adjunct assistant professor at Walsh College and is a guest lecturer at the University of Detroit Mercy.

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