How the Poor Can Save Capitalism

How the Poor Can Save Capitalism

Rebuilding the Path to the Middle Class

Book - 2014
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A financial literacy and poverty eradication activist reveals how the nation's future depends on valuing and serving the poor so they can enter the economic system to buy products, put money in banks, and move into the middle class.
Publisher: San Francisco : Berrett-Koehler Pub., c2014
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781626560321
Characteristics: xii, 160 p. ; 25 cm


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Sep 24, 2014

Oh, where to begin? // Fully 70 percent of the American economy is driven by consumer spending \\ Of course, if anything in this book made sense the author would know that the statistic he cited is nonsensical without explaining what is the breakdown of the population doing that 70 percent spending? By itself, it is nonsensical, as is this book. Nothing wrong with the thesis, but so-called business leaders - - does the author mean the super-crooks, the bankster gangsters, the sociopathic greedheads who have never amortized America? No framework of logic to this poorly written pile of you-know-what. In other words, what the author proposes runs counter to the so-called business leaders agenda. [FYI: There's a definite reason why America ranks the lowest of OECD countries when it comes to social mobility. It's part of the overall plan, like dismantling the ecomony, offshoring all those jobs, investing offshore, et cetera.]


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