Dr. John C. Bredfeldt combines the principles of his Christian heritage with economics and political expertise to address how the United States has deviated in its economics policies from the model developed by Adam Smith, the architect of the U.S. capitalist economic system. John explores United States political policies from 1930-2005 that have significantly eroded the moral imperatives and individual incentives of the capitalist economic model and how this has diminished the economic well-being of American citizens. By exploring the current problem areas of welfare, taxes, illegal immigration, education and health care, John provides his perspective on the intended balances among economics, the U.S. political system and our Judeo-Christian heritage as he feels was intended by our country's founding fathers. He identifies why the United States needs to return to the original economic model and concepts of Adam Smith, and the severe and inevitable consequences if we don't.
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