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From author John Hood's introduction to Investor Politics: Over the next few decades, Americans must stop . I was pleasntly suprised by this volume from John Hood
From author John Hood's introduction to Investor Politics: Over the next few decades, Americans must stop looking to Washington as a source of the money they need to take care of themselves-there is no alternative. They will need instead to look to investment and wealth creation on Wall Street and Main Street as the guarantors of their retirement security, their health security, their job security, and their children's futures. I was pleasntly suprised by this volume from John Hood. I had not read anything by him previously, though I had heard him on the radio and was impressed by the good work of his John Locke Foundation here in N Carolina.
This is the question John Hood addresses in Investor Politics. Again, one testimony to the excellence of Hood’s book is its historical continuity. One might think of Hood’s thesis as trendy. Specifically, Hood points to Populist calls in the early 1890s for a peacetime corporate income tax not to raise revenues, but to redistribute income, and the 1894 congressional enactment of the first personal income tax since the Civil War. Hood explains how, by 1912, all political parties stood for increased government intervention in the economy. One might think of Hood's thesis as trendy.
ISBN: 1890151513; Издательство: Templeton Foundation Press. The most explosive and political force of the last decade of the twentieth century has been the growth of personal investment. About half of all Americans now own stocks and bonds through IRAs, 401(k)s, and other financial devices.
Investor Politics : The New Force That Will Transform American Business, Government, and Politics in the .
Investor Politics : The New Force That Will Transform American Business, Government, and Politics in the Twenty-First Century.
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