War of 2012: Main Street Versus Wall Street

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Author House, Jun 8, 2012 - Business & Economics - 112 pages
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The book, “The War of 2012” is an expression of a true belief that business landscape on “Main Street USA” has been destroyed by “Corporate America” and “Wall Street”. The “Main Street Economy “will not get better until the way “Corporate America” does business on “Main Street” changes and elected leaders of the country decide to represent the people who live on “Main Street” instead of those who live on “Wall Street”. 30 years ago, “Corporate America” took over “The Main Street Economy” and 30decades later 50 million Americans live in poverty 88 million Americans live pay check to pay check and 20 million Americans are unemployed. For 3 decades “Corporate America” has taken the wealth from “Main Street” and distributed that to “Wall Street” by defying the principals of “Capitalism”. For 3 decades “Corporate America” has declared war on the American worker by defying organized labor, stagnating wages and paying heir lower income workers “a non living wage”. “The War of 2012” is against “Corporate America” Wall Street, the wealthy and every money-grabbing politician in the country that’s be-deviled the American worker and their families.
 

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Contents

The Affirmation
1
Corporate America
7
The New Generation Of Corporations
11
The Private Sector
26
Private CoOps
28
Our Town
30
Corporate America 2012
36
Health Care
45
Right To Work Laws
68
The Minimum Wage
72
Main Street USA
76
The Reason
77
An Energy Plan
79
Issues
80
The American WORKER
85
Class Warfare
87

The Nixon Doctrine
54
Candidate Obama
58
President Obama
61
The 21st Century
65
The War
91
The War Of 2012
99
About The Author
101
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Terol, born in Virginia 10 days before the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, destined to become a political junkie. Drafted into the U.S. Military in 1965 and spent 16 month in Vietnam before being honorably discharged. Very proud to have been a war veteran and have served in the military and proud as well of my father who served in the World War II and later on became President of the “Union” in which he served and dedicated his time trying to working conditions for his members. I built my first business from scratch in 1963 and in a span of over 46 year’s owner, operator or supervisor over 26 different businesses on “Main Street USA” that employed tens of thousands of workers. I was a “hands on” owner and employer who worked side by side with my employees in an effort to create a positive work place where all my employees had respect for each other and the business they worked for. I was one of the millions of entrepreneurs in this country that felt a duty to our community, our customers and our employees. I am proud to have been an entrepreneur in the United States of America and have served my country in the U.S. Military.

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