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Peaceful Positive Revolution: Economic Security for Every American

by Steve Shafarman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0980219019, Paperback)

Here s a practical plan that updates an idea from Martin Luther King Jr., many moderate Democrats and moderate Republicans in the 1960s, and leading economists including Milton Friedman. A mainstream idea then, and the updated version is even more timely now, as jobs disappear and our homes decline in value.

You and your family members can enjoy real economic security. So can every other American citizen. And we can achieve that while reducing the size of government and increasing individual freedom.

This plan, moreover, will inspire and empower us to work together, We the People, to strengthen our democracy and take back our government from the special interests. We can make rapid progress on climate change, health care reform, education reform, and other issues. We can create the government we want and deserve.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:44 -0400)

In 2007, Richard Cook wrote a series of essays contained in We Hold these Truths that bluntly predicted what the economic landscape would look like in 2008-2009. In this unique collection, he's revisited each...not with an, "Aha, I told you so," but with an approach: "Here's what we need to do and where we need to go now to regain our financial independence and solvency."… (more)

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