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The real crash : America's coming bankruptcy--how to save yourself and your country

Author: Peter D Schiff
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Predicts a worse crash if key economic changes cannot be made, arguing that American consumer habits are at the heart of today's problems and recommends that the nation declare bankruptcy and rebuild broken systems from scratch.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter D Schiff
ISBN: 1250004470 9781250004475 1250008352 9781250008350
OCLC Number: 759914185
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 335 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Pt. 1. The problem. Where we are and where we are headed ; How we got here : government is the problem --
pt. 2. The solutions. Jobs, jobs, jobs : government can improve employment only by getting out of the way ; How to fix the financial industry : deregulate ; Sound money : return to the Gold Standard ; Tax reform : for starters, end the income tax ; Tear up the "third rails" : end Social Security and Medicare ; Fixing higher ed : time to drop out of college? ; Health care : repealing ObamaCare is just the beginning ; Putting government in its place ; America is bankrupt : time to admit it ; Investing for the crash --
Appendix 1. Letter to investors --
Appendix 2. A brief history of money in America.
Responsibility: Peter D. Schiff.

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Persuasively argued and provocative, The Real Crash explains how we got into this mess, how we might get out of it, and what happens if we don't. And, with wisdom born from having predicted the Crash  Read more...

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