All Things Relate

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Providing an analysis of the US economy, its current situation and downward trend, and surprisingly, offering solutions. The United States is based on free enterprise and a capitalist system, and its strength has always been that with hard work, anyone with aspiration can achieve. Well, right now, due to both financial and social pressures, our economy is in a state of distress. Because this condition is the accumulation of myriad imposed conditions and trends, there is no one single thing that can pluck victory ...
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Overview

Providing an analysis of the US economy, its current situation and downward trend, and surprisingly, offering solutions. The United States is based on free enterprise and a capitalist system, and its strength has always been that with hard work, anyone with aspiration can achieve. Well, right now, due to both financial and social pressures, our economy is in a state of distress. Because this condition is the accumulation of myriad imposed conditions and trends, there is no one single thing that can pluck victory from the jaws of defeat. As a result, the basic tenets of our culture are challenged as we are being marginalized. But looking at the issues it can be seen that a synergistic approach will bring together the right actions to restore direction and resolve.
Our economy is bottomed out, and our country's spokespersons, the two major political parties, are so ideologically imbedded within their platforms, that we have reached a stagnated-standoff. By looking at job availability, outsourcing, immigration policy, fiscal responsibility, entitlements, government charter and services, and education, and properly defining each element as to how it affects both the economy and its direction, a clear and workable solution can be crafted and implemented.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781478384687
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/29/2012
  • Pages: 132
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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