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"only the superrich can save us " is very hard to put down novel . it is writtion by possible 2012 white house candidate ralph nader who writes about several famous billionairs who decide to put their millions toword helping democracy and those less fortunate. this is truly a fasinating book it shows what money can do for the good if it is put into the right hands and it will get people intrested in making a difference. great gift idea for a friend or family member.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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Posted October 18, 2009
"Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!" is a MUST READ. It is very easy reading. Ralph Nader has written with every-day words nearly all can read and easily understand.
The entire concept of the US Constitution confirmed that control of a government required the source of standards of personal, social, and business behavior must come from all the citizens of the United States of America. The KEY feature was to maintain control of the Government of the new United States in the hands of all individuals that comprise the population of the United States, not the gentry few wealthy and land-owners. Ralph Nader has described precisely what was intended in 1776. The ranking of considerations at all levels in Nader's story parallels the Original Constitution of the United States.
What Nader is telling the reader in a very imaginative way is re-establishing the control of our government to the lower income, more common citizen. This way they can buy the goods and services they want and need. In turn gives the producing workers employment - which, in turn, gives management operating positions - which, in turn, makes for profitable businesses to sell stock and bonds to the upper income citizens. It is essential, the lower and lowest wealth individuals must be gainfully employed. Nader calls on 17 of the wealthy personae, using their names in his creation of imaginative "what could happen" story of "Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!"
Carefully note our present government is controlling us, all of us at the lower-wealth bottom. Because we have, over the past little over 100 years, allowed - No! We have voted Congressional Members who passed laws to allow -- the government to give us - as if we need not ever have to pay for it - services and government control.
"Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!" is written for anyone to enjoy and be tickled by what could happen here - and the world - if we all put our true needs on the negotiating table.
Colin C. Ware, Founder of CrediCash? System, for the multitudes
I have also read and enjoyed the teachings of:
"5000 Year Leap : A Miracle that Changed the World" by W. Cleon Skousen
"An Inconvenient Book: Real Solutions to the World's Biggest Problems"
by Glenn Beck, Kevin Balfe, Steve Burguiere
"only the super rich can save us" is a very intresting novel writtion by ralph nader . he takes a serious look at a many problems in the world and how alot of the many industrilists and people who have the most money dont use it to the betterment of society . this book takes a look at what would happen if some of these people who control the money in the world would try to make a difference with some of the problems in our communitys instead of spending there money on things that dont matter what would happen if these people used there money to show the betterment or for the worse. this bestseller shows how we all can look in our own back yards and solve some of our own differences perhaps mr nader will be making another run. this book would make a wonderful gift for someone special.
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