A Blueprint for America" is a discussion by Mr. William Hynson (see About the Author) in which he suggests solutions to the major issues currently being debated by the American people. Topics discussed include job creation, tax reform, illegal immigration, healthcare, education, pensions and social security, energy, social issues and the military. Mr. Hynson discusses the political system and urges the creation of a new moderate political party built up around the center of the political spectrum which he refers to as the Rainbow Party. The book ends with a forecast of what the United States will look like as it approaches the 22nd century. The underlying theme of the book is that the tremendous increase in population in years to come will create major problems that will have to be dealt with and that the continuously increasing role of government over the American people will only lead to socialism and possibly fascism with the resulting loss of democracy and individual freedom.
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About the Author
Mr. Hynson was born at Bronxville, New York on April 30, 1932. After serving in the Army in Korea during 1953 and 1954 Mr. Hynson began a career on Wall Street joining The First Boston Corporation where he worked from 1954 to 1975. He received a B.S. Degree in Banking and Finance from New York University in 1960 after attending evening classes. From 1976 to 1985 Mr. Hynson worked for the firm of Prudential-Bache Securities where he became a First Vice President in the Corporate Investment Banking Division. Much of Mr. Hynson's investment banking career involved handling competitive bidding financings which raised billions of dollars for companies in the electric, gas and telephone industries. Mr. Hynson and his wife have traveled extensively up and down the east coast and eastern half of the United States and are currently living in Morganton, North Carolina. Mr. Hynson is the author of "So You Want to Own an RV?," "My First Seventy-Five Years" and "Corporate Responsibility?"