Don A. Holbrook
- Title: The Next America: Moving Beyond a Fragile Economy (The Great Economic Transition)
- Author: Don A. Holbrook
- ISBN: null
- Page: 250
- Format: Kindle Edition
The perfect economic storm hit the world like a world war and created the global financial crisis GFC Just like a hurricane this economic storm has polarized politics, economies and devastated individuals, families, communities, states and nations economic health It has also resisted dissipating enough to allow for recovery to occur Worse yet, it has a calm center wheThe perfect economic storm hit the world like a world war and created the global financial crisis GFC Just like a hurricane this economic storm has polarized politics, economies and devastated individuals, families, communities, states and nations economic health It has also resisted dissipating enough to allow for recovery to occur Worse yet, it has a calm center where so foolish enough to believe this is over begin to hope for recovery even though the signs are not present Yet as I point out the vicious tail of this storm will be even devastating to the still economic shambles of the world economy left in the wake of the first landfall of the GFC This book gives the readers insight into how America can and must lead not only ourselves but the world out of this economic phunk and lead the long term transition back to a healthy and sustainable well balanced global economy with America at the forefront Contrary to popular media it will not be the Europeans socialists and not the Chinese commulists lead the world out of this it will be good old fashioned American Capitalism albeit with some major modifications to the political structure, economic fiscal responsibilities, tax code and regulatory provision of workforce entitlements and access to affordable education and healthcare American ingenuity will lead the global rebirth.
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Don Holbrook's 'The Next America' although on a very important and complex subject, is written in such a simple and easy to understand style that even a person with absolutely no economics/politics knowledge would be able to fully comprehend it. It is no doubt that we Americans are currently going through testing times with a whole lot of uncertainty about the near future. Don explains literally every single topic at length that we see in the news lately. To be honest, I'm really surprised by th [...]
Livro interessante que procura dar a conhecer várias estratégias que poderiam ser adoptadas no âmbito das estratégias de recuperação económica dos EUA - em alguns casos, penso que seria mesmo possível aplicá-las noutros Estados, ainda que com as devidas adaptações.Claro que em alguns dos capítulos e matérias focadas pelo autor, há um forte apelo ao american way of life, propondo medidas e formas de pensar com as quais não concordo e que, de certa forma, derivam da necessidade dos [...]
This is a well-written book and I found this book to be very informative and well structured.The author has clearly researched this thoroughly and it is always refreshing to see a well-researched book. I would highly recommend picking this book up. The chapters were clear, concise and well structured. This book is inspiring and thought-provoking. This isn't too heavy or in-depth which I loved. The author makes it very easy to understand.So what you waiting for guys, pick this book up. Would defi [...]
First be warned that despite the title this is not as I expected about personal financial advice. On the contrary, the text discusses what is wrong with America and how America can survive. The author explains that the US is currently in trouble for a number of reasons including; dysfunctional politics, a repressive tax code, unhelpful fiscal support systems, absent energy policies and ineffective, mismatched and unavailable educational opportunities. He then goes on to provide his personal, som [...]
I'm not too keen on Don Holbrook's ideas in "The Next America." Some of his ideas are great, like regarding education, but most of his ideas are so far fetch that they will never come true. You can't rebuild America base on theories. There has to be action, reaction, and leadership and Don Holbrook is just talking out of his rear without any examples.I almost couldn't finish this one. At one point, I had to stop and listen to something else because Brian Daniel Young (narrator) speaks in waves. [...]
This is my latest book on how to get America back on track growing and creating jobs that will restore and rebuild our own lives, our communities and not sell out our ideals as a great republic in hope of some panacea of being cared for by Big Government which is inevitably not productive and UnAmerican. The loss of economic creativity, innovation and freedoms directly affects our ability to maintain our own civil liberties and individual freedoms. I hope you like the book!
While Holbrook has some interesting and good ideas, most of his ideas would not pass through congress and he does have a rather populist streak. I did listen to the audio version and found the reader, Brian Daniel Young very difficult to listen to, his rhythm is unsteady, he pauses in awkward moments and has a sing-song pitch, I found it very off-putting.I would not recommend this to anyone.
For the advancement of our Dear AmericaDon Holbrook produced a well-written book that deserves wide circulation. So inspiring and thought provoking. Everyone concerned with restoring America's economic and political state should read it. It will definitely make a meaningful impact in your everyday life.This book was written in 2014 but it was as if the author saw the future while writing this book and it was also like Donald Trump is acting based on the content from the pages of this book becaus [...]
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